Pakistan Super League season II initial days were not much encouraging as two players from Islamabad United allegedly found in match fixing and sent back home. Later, news broke about Mohammad Irfan being sent home but Chairman PSL Najam Sethi, in his tweets, quickly cleared denied reports and wrote that the left arm fast bowler was questioned and not suspended.
The latest update on the match fixing scandal are that no other player is being sent home but board’s Anti Corruption Unit (ACU) will remain vigilant. “The ACU will remain vigilant and continue to protect the PSL from the menace of corruption,” said Najam Sethi in a press statement.
“The Pakistan Cricket Board’s Anti-Corruption Unit is continuing with inquiries to root out corrupt practices and to safeguard and protect the integrity of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).” read the statement.
“As a part of the investigations Mohammad Irfan was also questioned. He does not face any immediate suspension. PCB’s ACU has also questioned Shazaib Hassan and Zulfiqar Babar. They will continue to play the PSL,” it adds.