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As per the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) the former opener for the Pakistan cricket team Sarjeel Khan has further increased after the England National Crime Agency (ENCA) released its official statement that is definitely very shocking for the fans and the management as well
The ENCA operations manager Andrew Ephgrave’s statement given to PCB was a testimonial to a fact that Sharjeel was involved in the scandal which includes a number of other Pakistani players.
They are accused of getting indulged in the fraud of Spot Fixing in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) during the match between Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalmi in Dubai.
The PCB’s Anti-Corruption tribunal and ENCA have gone through their reports once again to find out the root cause and the players thus involved in the spot fixing and the reports by this committee will be presented shortly before the board
This will definitely lead to a massive impact on the outcome of the future of the players so involved in the fixing and for a matter to think about they should not be allowed to play the game with such peace after getting into trouble which they have called in for themselves
Sharjeel, Latif and Shahzaib Hasan are currently under scrutiny for breaching the ACC’s Code of Conduct during the course of the second edition of the PSL. Some other International stars like Mohammad Irfan, Nasir Jamshed and Mohammad Nawaz were also accused of spot-fixing. But these two players had failed to prove their innocence and got penalised.
Among the names that have come out of Sharjeel is the one that is to be investigated more thoroughly so that the names so indulged will come out with ease for the team and players as well.
Whilst Sharjeel’s future hangs in the air, it’s highly likely that he might get penalised as most of the shreds of evidence have been against him as far as the reports and rumours are concerned. The entire brouhaha over PSL’s success got neutralised with these set of peculiar incidents and the future of many cricketers is at stake.