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Khalid Latif handed five-year ban for PSL spot-fixing
Oct 17, 2017 19:15 IST
AFP
what happened: Khalid Latif banned for 5 yrs after being found guilty of six breaches of PCB’s anti-corruption code
what it means: The PCB had appealed since Sharjeel was found guilty on all six counts of violating the anti-corruption code, half of his ban should not be suspended.
what next: Latif and his lawyer now have 14 days to file an appeal against the ban and fine.
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Sreesanth's life ban reimposed by Kerala High Court
Oct 17, 2017 19:09 IST
AFP
what happened: Sreesanth, India pacer, was banned for life by BCCI for indulging in spot-fixing in IPL 2013.
what it means: The decision by the Kerala High Court means Sreesanth will have to stay away from all cricket activity conducted by BCCI. In 2016, a special court in Delhi had acquitted him in the spot-fixing case.
what next: Sreesanth might approach the Supreme Court and appeal against this verdict.
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Spain edge past France to enter FIFA U-17 World Cup last 8
Oct 17, 2017 19:04 IST
FIFA.com
what happened: Spain defeated France 2-1 in a Round of 16 match of the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Guwahati on Tuesday.
what it means: Lenny Pintor gave France lead in the 34th minute but Spain's Juan Miranda restored parity 10 minutes later. In dying moments of the game, Abel Ruiz scored from the spot to take Spain over the line.
what next: Spain will face Iran in the quarter-final, who beat Mexico in the Round of 16.
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Quinton de Kock, Hashim Amla tons give South Africa big win
Oct 15, 2017 21:37 IST
AFP
what happened: Quinton de Kock and Hashim Amla slammed tons to give South Africa a 10-wicket win over Bangladesh.
what it means: De Kock slammed his 13th ton while Amla continued his good form with his 26th century. The 282-run stand was the best for South Africa and it was the joint-third best opening stand in ODI history.
what next: South Africa will be aiming to seal the series against Bangladesh in the 2nd ODI at Paarl
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