Khalid Latif banned for five years in PSL spot-fixing case

KARACHI: Pakistan opening batsman Khalid Latif has been given five-year banned with Rs one million fine in the Pakistan Super League spot-settling case. The privilege gave opening batsman confronted six charges including influencing different partners Mohammad Irfan and Sharjeel Khan participate in spot-fixing amid PSL second edition, held in Dubai this current year.

In February this year, Islamabad United batsmen Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif had been temporarily suspended under the PCB’s Anti-Corruption Code over asserted spot settling.

The PCB had charged the pair for rupturing different articles under Clause 2, for endeavors to degenerate an amusement, and for neglecting to unveil suspect methodologies. Both had tested the charges and a tribunal was shaped to hear their cases.

Latif was keep going issued a notice on April 17 by the PCB, approaching him to show up for another meeting before its Security and Vigilance Department. Latif had just been accused of genuine breaks of the PCB’s hostile to debasement code amid the PSL in February, and was temporarily suspended for charged wrongdoings and sent home from the competition with prompt impact.sports news

He had made a rebound in the World T20 following four years out of the side. Since his introduction in 2008, Latif has played five ODIs and 13 T20Is and his latest appearance for Pakistan came in the T20 arrangement against West Indies in September a year ago.