Afghanistan wicketkeeper-batsman used to be banned from all types of cricket for 6 years on Sunday after accepting fees in relation to match-fixing. The (ACB) mentioned the 30-year-old had mounted or attempted to mend fits within the inaugural Afghanistan Premier League T20 in 2018 and within the 2019 Bangladesh Premier League. “Shafaq has been charged for breaches of the anti-corruption code which pertains to solving or contriving whatsoever or in a different way influencing improperly, or being a birthday celebration to any settlement,” the ACB introduced in a observation.
It added: “Shafaq used to be additionally charged for in the hunt for, accepting, providing or agreeing to simply accept any bribe or different praise to mend or to contrive whatsoever or in a different way to steer improperly the end result, growth, habits or some other facet of any home tournament.”
Fit-fixing has rocked global cricket within the closing 20 years with lifestyles bans for the past due South African skipper Hansie Cronje, Indian captain and Pakistan’s Salim Malik.
However that is the primary case involving a participant from Afghanistan because the nation had a fairytale upward thrust in global cricket in 2009.
ACB’s senior anti-corruption supervisor, Sayed Anwar Shah Quraishi mentioned: “This can be a very severe offence the place a senior nationwide participant is concerned within the corruption of a high-profile home recreation. The participant had additionally tried however didn’t get one among his teammates to have interaction in corruption in any other high-profile recreation right through the BPL 2019,” mentioned Qureshi.
The ACB mentioned Shafaq is prepared to give a contribution to long term integrity teaching programs to assist more youthful avid gamers be informed from his errors.
Shafaq performed the closing of his 46 Twenty20 internationals for Afghanistan in September closing yr.
He has additionally performed 24 one-day internationals for his nation.