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2 More Players Involved in PSL Spot Fixing Case

PSL spot fixing case take other turn. During investigation of PSL spot fixing case the British Crime Agency representative Andrew Ephgrave stated that there are 2 more players involved. PCB now acquiring evidences about those players. He also said that Sharjeel Khan did not played two dot balls on merit and were pre planned.

Their names were not revealed during the investigation but PCB has been informed by the investigator. A middle order and a fast bowler and were not part of champion trophy squad that Pakistan has won recently. British Crime Agency has given PCB substantial evidences of spot fixing during PSL. PCB also had got phone conversation and whatsapp data as legal evidence however Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif both denied the call & messages data.

Sharjeel Khan and Kahlid Latif are accused of spot fixing case and the verdict against them is to be yet announced. Nasir Jamshed, Muhammad Irfan, Muhammad Nawaz and Shahzeb Khan are already summoned by PCB anti corruption unit.

Iran and Nawaz were only accused of not reporting to PCB thus faced less punishment of one year while Sharjeel Khan and Kahlid Latif who did not accept the accusations and contesting the case may face life bans.

Both players were uncomfortable with the way PCB is conducting the case and Kahlid Latif did not come to hearing on many dates. Khalid Latif earlier said that PCB is not cooperating with him and they had boycotted the hearings on many occasions. PCB also added these player names in exit control list so these players could not leave the country.

In recent years PCB is having lot tough on the corruption in the Pakistan cricket with strict laws and no concession to any player of any caliber or experience.

 

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