The Pakistan Cricket Board was banned for 10 years in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing case. This was revealed by the Pakistan Cricket Board.
He has played in 40 one-day internationals in Pakistan and has been detained in UK in February and released on bail following a scandal involving the T20 tournament.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), which was arrested in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing case in December, 2017, was banned by Jamshed. PCB’s legal adviser Tiffany Rizvi told the court that the PCB chairman’s allegations against Nasir Jamshed had been proven and that it was banned for ten years. He will not allow him to do so after the ban on cricket and cricket.
Though Jamshed did not participate in the first two seasons of the Pakistan Super League, the spot-fixing scandal in 2017 played a big role.
Five year batsman Sharjah Khan and Khalid Latif have been banned for spot-fixing. Fast bowler Mohammed Irfan, Mohammed Rashid and Mohammad Nawaz were suspended.