South African fast bowler Chris Morris has been reprimanded after he broke the International Cricket Council's (ICC) Code of Conduct in the second Twenty20 International against Pakistan at Centurion Park.
He was found guilty of having too many manufacturer logos on his helmet while batting, in contravention of clothing regulations.
The charge was brought against him by match officials Johan Cloete, Shaun George, Adrian Holdstock and Karl Hunter, and Morris, who was playing his second Twenty20 game for the Proteas, pleaded guilty to the charge.
South Africa went on to lose the game by 95 runs.
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