Chittagong (Dhaka), July 22 (ANI): Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal and South African wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock were involved in a shoulder-barging incident towards the end of the first session on day two of Chittagong Test.
The incident happened when Tamim, who played the last ball before lunch, was involved in a conversation with De Kock and it soon descended into shoulder-barging.
However, skipper Hashim Amla immediately intervened and dispersed the players that were gathering around Tamim and the umpires.
Earlier, Tamim was involved in a similar incident with Rilee Roussouw, with the latter being fined with 50 percent of match fee by the ICC in the second ODI against South Africa. (ANI)