Pakistan player suspended for not reporting ‘spot-fixing’ approach to PCB during National T20

Pakistan participant suspended for not reporting ‘spot-fixing’ strategy to PCB throughout Nationwide T20


The PCB suspended the Northern Cricket Affiliation participant below Article 4.7.1 of its Anti-Corruption Code.

A Pakistan U-19 participant and top notch batter Zeeshan Malik was on Thursday provisionally suspended by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) for not reporting a spot-fixing strategy made throughout the just-concluded Nationwide T20 Championship.

The PCB suspended the Northern Cricket Affiliation participant below Article 4.7.1 of its Anti-Corruption Code, which suggests he can not participate in any cricket-related exercise pending investigation.

A PCB supply confirmed that the Anti-Corruption Unit was investigating an incident of Malik being approached to spot-fix throughout the championship matches which he didn’t report instantly to the related authorities.

The Nationwide T20 Championship concluded in Lahore on Wednesday.

Solely just lately, Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal resumed his profession after remaining suspended from all cricket actions since February 2020. Akmal had additionally not reported approaches made to him for spot-fixing throughout the Pakistan Tremendous League.

Akmal additionally needed to pay a tremendous of 4.2 million rupees (Pakistani) to the PCB as a part of the disciplinary motion taken towards him although the board had pushed for a three-year ban on him.

Malik, a gifted younger opener who appeared for Northern Punjab within the Nationwide Championship, was among the many runs in just a few video games however his staff misplaced within the semifinals.



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