Two Pakistan-Born UAE Cricketers Banned for Match-Fixing

Two United Arab Emirates (UAE) gamers, Mohammad Naveed and Shaiman Anwar Butt, have been suspended from all types of cricket for eight years. Each have been discovered responsible of breaching the ICC Anti-Corruption Code by ICC Anti-Corruption Tribunal.

The ICC introduced this on Tuesday, saying that their ban will begin from October 2016, after they have been first suspended.

The bans are backdated to 16 October 2019, after they have been provisionally suspended for trying to repair matches of the ICC Males’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019 within the UAE.


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The ICC tribunal after a full listening to and presentation of written and oral argument discovered each Naveed and Shaiman responsible of:

Article 2.1.1 – for being celebration to an settlement or effort to repair or contrive or in any other case affect improperly the outcome, progress, conduct, or different features (s) of a match or matches on the ICC Males’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019.

Article 2.4.4 – Failing to confide in the ACU full particulars of any approaches or invites obtained to interact in corrupt conduct beneath the Code on the ICC Males’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019.

Naveed was additionally charged with breaching the above two counts of the Emirates Cricket Board Anti-Corruption Code for Contributors of a cricket league in Dubai.


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Giving its ruling, the ICC Normal Supervisor – Integrity Unit, Alex Marshall, stated:

Mohammad Naveed and Shaiman Anwar represented their adopted nation, the UAE, on the highest stage in cricket. Naveed was the captain and main wicket-taker. Anwar was the opening bat. Each had lengthy worldwide careers and have been well-versed within the risk from match-fixers. That they each selected to interact with this corrupt exercise was a cynical betrayal of their positions, their teammates, and all supporters of UAE cricket.

Marshal was happy that the unbiased Tribunal awarded vital bans on these cricketers and made them an instance for cricketers who think about taking the improper path.

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