PSL spot-fixing case: PCB tribunal places 5-year ban on Sharjeel Khan

Sharjeel Khan
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)-appointed Anti-Corruption Unit on Wednesday awarded Sharjeel Khan a five-year ban in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing case.

Khan will not be able to play any form of cricket for at least 30 months, after which he may be allowed to play domestic cricket until the completion of the ban — subject to the terms and conditions set by the PCB.

Sharjeel along with four other cricketers were charged under different clauses of being involved in the spot-fixing scam which surfaced on the opening day of the second edition of PSL in Dubai earlier this year.

After the final of the PSL on March 5 in Lahore, it was decided to form a tribunal with former PCB chairman retired Lt Gen Tauqir Zia and ex-Pakistan captain Wasim Bari as its members. The panel began hearing against Khalid Latif, Mohammad Irfan, Nasir Jamshed, Shahzaib Hasan and Sharjeel Khan.

After clearing Irfan from the case with a ban of one-year and a hefty fine, Sharjeel’s case will be the second which will be decided on Wednesday.

The cases of Khalid, Nasir and Shahzaib are still under the progress.

Originally Posted on SuchTv


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