New Delhi: Players of Pakistani cricket team are often surrounded by controversies. The players of this country do some such work every day, due to which they get stuck. Pakistani players have always had a big relationship with fixing. Many Pakistani players have also been banned for fixing. Now another player’s name has been added to this list.
This Pakistani player trapped in fixing
Northern batsman Zeeshan Malik has been initially suspended by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) under the Anti-Corruption Code. The PCB has suspended Zeeshan under Section 4.7.1 of its Anti-Corruption Code which means he will not be able to indulge in any cricketing activity till the completion of the investigation.
has won the world cup
Zeeshan has played for Karachi Kings. He made his first-class debut in 2016. Zeeshan has played 19 first-class, 17 List A and 21 T20 matches. He took part in the recently concluded National T20 Cup where Zeeshan scored 123 runs at an average of 24.60. Not only this, he has also won the Under-19 World Cup title for the Pakistan team.
got life ban
The PCB has not given any reason for Zeeshan’s suspension, but the board has asked for an investigation under section 4.7.1 of the code, which includes allegations of corruption and violation of criminal law. Zeeshan has scored 780 runs for Northern in the 2019-20 season at an average of 52.
Many players were banned before
There have been many other players of Pakistan’s team who have been banned due to fixing. The latest case in this is the 2010 Lord’s Test. Actually, 3 players of Pakistan were banned in the Lord’s Test against England. Star bowlers Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Asif and Salman Butt were named in this. Although Amir started playing cricket once again, he retired due to a dispute with the team management.