National T20 Championship cricketer Zeeshan Malik was offered ‘spot-fixing’, which he did not inform the board.
Karachi: Pakistan’s Under-19 player and first-class batsman Zeeshan Malik was on Thursday provisionally suspended by the PCB as he played in the recently concluded National T20 Championship. The information about the offer of ‘spot fixing’ made during the course was not given to the board.
For how long will Zeeshan remain suspended?
The Pakistan Cricket Board has suspended Northern Cricket Association player Zeeshan Malik under Article 4.7.1 of the Anti-Corruption Unit, which means that he is investigating. You will not be able to take part in any cricket related activity till its completion.
Zeeshan Malik suspended under PCB Anti-Corruption Code
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Presently the investigation of the case is going on
A PCB source confirmed that the Anti-Corruption Unit is probing the incident of Zeeshan Malik being offered to ‘spot-fix’ during Championship matches as it was not immediately reported to the authorities concerned. Was. It is worth noting that the National T20 Championship ended in Lahore on Wednesday.