The spot fixing is a hot potato within cricketers, after Mohammad Aamir a lengthy ban applied on the new fast bowler Mohammad Irfan. Pakistan has put off Fast bowler for one year. He has also fined $1000 just after he admitted his wrong deed. He confessed that he fails to report approaches by bookmakers associated to spot-fixing. Cricket consultants said on Wednesday. The 34 years old declared that he had not spoken out at the time. For the reason that he was under mental stress following the death of his parents.
PCB Bans Mohammad Irfan For One Year
“I agree to take my mistake,” he declared a press conference at the Pakistan Cricket Board’s headquarters in Lahore. “I asked to carry out fixes. However, I did not commit any such crime. My mistake was not reporting these offers. “I confess and say sorry to the fans,” he further added.
Mohammad Azam, the head of the PCB’s anti-corruption unit, stated: the player’s admission indicated he was not required to appear earlier a tribunal; which is set to hear the claims of four other players connected to the scandal. Sharjeel Khan, Shahzaib Hassan, Khalid Latif, and Nasir Jamshed caught in the saga. Whichever took place in the Pakistan Super League held earlier this month.
Azam continued that Mohammad Irfan can be eligible to return from his suspension six months early. He participated in lectures on the importance of anti-corruption laws. Mohammad Irfan made headlines for his extraordinary height seven feet and one inch or 216 centimetres when he made his international debut in 2010 including stands as the tallest-ever player to feature in world cricket.
He has played in four Tests and 20 Twenty20 Internationals. However, he has achieved most success in his 60 One Day Internationals; where he has got 83 wickets to an average of 30.71.