Nasir Jamshed jailed for 17 months in PSL fixing case

by Jeremy Spirogis
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Pakistani cricketer Nasir Jamshed has been sentenced to 17 months in jail within the Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing case. Jamshed was arrested together with British residents Yousef Anwar and Mohammad Ejaz. The three accused had confessed to their crime. While Jamshed has been sentenced to 17 months, Anwar has been sentenced to 40 and Ijaz has been sentenced to 30 months.

Jamshed is accused of proposing to pay £ 30,000 to gamers for deliberately performing poorly throughout a match between Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalimi through the PSL match in February 2018. After the matter got here to gentle, the three accused have been despatched to jail. <! –

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During the investigation, it was additionally revealed that every one three had additionally tried to affect the ultimate match of Bangladesh Premier League 2016. After which Jamshed was linked to BPL's two dot ball throwing scheme however later the costs have been dropped. Jamshed is presently accused of spot-fixing solely in PSL and has been punished accordingly.

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Jamshed requested Islamabad franchise's Sharjeel Khan to dot the primary two balls of the second over. The PCB had banned Sharjeel for 5 years on this case. Pakistan Cricket Board's Anti Corruption Unit banned Jamshed for 10 years.

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