In November 2019, a New Zealand fan commented on the last day of the Test played against England in Tauranga.
New Zealand cricket spokesman Anthony Crummy said – England fast bowler again apologizes to Joffra Archer
Dainik BhaskarJan 14, 2020, 11:03 AM IST Sports Desk. England fast bowler Joffra Archer has been banned for two years for making racist remarks. The incident occurred during the Test in New Zealand in November. The New Zealand Cricket Board took this action on an Auckland resident. He will no longer watch any domestic or international matches in New Zealand for two years.
New Zealand Cricket spokesman Anthony Crummy said the police had apprehended the accused. He was also given verbal warning. We again apologize to Archer and the England team management for that incident. This type of behavior is completely unacceptable.
Archer had revealed in the tweet that in October-November 2019, the England team played a series of five T20 and two Tests on the tour of New Zealand. On the last day of the first Test of the series, a New Zealand fan made racist remarks on Archer. The match was won by New Zealand by an innings and 65 runs. Archer himself tweeted about the incident. New Zealand Cricket and captain Ken Williamson apologized for the incident. New Zealand won the Test series 1-0.