Sharjeel Khan

Khalid Latif slapped with five-year ban

Khalid Latif slapped with five-year ban

  • AFP
  • Sep 20, 2017

Former Pakistan opener also fined a million rupees by PCB for his part in PSL spot-fixing case read more

Sharjeel banned for five years for PSL spot-fix

Anti-corruption tribunal says they found all charges correct read more

Five-year ban for Sharjeel for spot-fixing
  • AFP
  • Aug 30, 2017

Pakistan’s anti-corruption tribunal winds down proceedings, suspends half his sentence read more

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Khalid Latif 'given bat grips by bookie' to indicate fix
  • AFP
  • May 19, 2017

PCB lawyer tells tribunal hearing case that the grips were among the evidence seized from batsman's kit bag

British tip-off helped uncover PSL scandal, says ICC
  • AFP
  • May 18, 2017

"PCB have demonstrated a great determination to keep cricket clean," adds anti-corruption head

PCB slaps Nawaz with short-term ban, fine for not reporting bookie approach during PSL
  • AFP
  • May 17, 2017

Left-arm spinner handed lighter sentence than the others caught in the spot-fixing net because he admitted to his guilt

Nawaz asked to appear before PCB’s anti-corruption body

Notice to the Pakistan allrounder is in relation to “possible breaches of the board’s anti-corruption code”

Sharjeel, Khalid handed spot-fixing evidence
  • AFP
  • Apr 15, 2017

Proof includes witness statements, recorded interviews, match footage and copies of WhatsApp voice messages

Khalid Latif to contest PSL spot-fixing charges
  • AFP
  • Mar 31, 2017

Pakistan batsman’s lawyer says “no one can be convicted on presumptions” after meeting tribunal in Lahore

Zero tolerance for corruption, insists Sethi
  • AFP
  • Mar 30, 2017

“We will continue to monitor players' conduct on and off the field,” says PSL chairman

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