Australian bowler James Pattinson handed one match ban over his remarks

James Pattinson

James Pattinson, Australian fast bowler has been handed a suspension due to which he will miss the 1st test match against Pakistan. The ban has been handed over on account for disciplinary misconduct as he’s been found guilty of 3rs code of conduct breach for the year 2019.

Australian captain Tim Paine said that Pattinson has ‘let himself down’, and we say he has let the cricketing world down as well. Pattinson has taken 75 wickets in just 19 Test matches. The cation was taken by Cricket Australia (Australia’s Cricket Board) after 29 year old Pattinson made use of abusive words for the opponent as they lost the game to Queensland a week ago.

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Pattinson said ‘I made a mistake in the heat of the moment’. He said he’s ashamed and feels gutted. He added ‘I’m gutted to miss a Test match, but the standards are there for a reason and the fault is mine’.

Though the details were not revealed, Pattinson was found guilty on account of level-2 breach relating to abusing another player, sources said, this was enough to hand over a 1 match ban.

According to the statement issued by the governing body, the bowler made an apology immediately to both, the opponent and the umpires, and did not even make a plea against the charges.

The first test between Australia and Pakistan in the two match test series will be played in Woolloongabba, Australia on 21st of November, and the second match will start on the 29th of November in Adelaide.



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