PCB banned spin bowler Asif Afridi for two years, know the reason
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has banned spin bowler Asif Afridi for two years. This ban has been imposed on Afridi for violating PCB’s Anti-Corruption Code for Participants.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has banned spinner Asif Afridi for two years for breaching the Anti-Corruption Code for Participants. This left-arm spinner from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has been accused of violating the anti-corruption code twice. Out of which, once he did not inform the PCB about being approached for fixing. Asif has missed most of the National T20 Cup matches and now he will not be able to take part in any kind of cricket activity for two years. The PCB has not given full details of the allegations leveled against him, but has made it clear that he has just been suspended.
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Asif, 35, has played 35 first class, 42 List A and 65 T20 matches. During this, he has taken 118, 59 and 63 wickets in all three formats respectively. Asif Afridi has a century registered in first class cricket. Asif played his last match in the National T20 Cup on 31 August. Asif Ali was included in the Pakistan squad for the home ODI series against Australia earlier this year, but he could not make it to the playing XI.
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In the PSL last season, Asif Ali took eight wickets in five matches for Multan Sultans and during this period he spent runs at an economy rate of just 6.5. Asif was picked as cover for Mohammad Nawaz in the PSL and he made the most of it.