Mohammad Irfan was questioned by the Pakistan Cricket Board’s anti-corruption unit for the Pakistan Super League.(AFP)
Mohammad Irfan was questioned by the Pakistan Cricket Board’s anti-corruption unit for the Pakistan Super League.(AFP)

Mohammad Irfan and two others questioned in Pakistan Super League spot-fixing row

Mohammad Irfan and two other cricketers have been questioned by Pakistan Super League anti-corruption unit as part of the spot-fixing investigations.
By AP
PUBLISHED ON FEB 11, 2017 04:29 PM IST

Fast bowler Mohammad Irfan and two other cricketers have been questioned by the Pakistan Cricket Board’s anti-corruption unit for the Pakistan Super League.

The other two players were left-arm spinner Zulfiqar Babar (Quetta Gladiators) and opening batsman Shazaib Hassan (Karachi Kings).

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They will continue to play for their respective franchise in the Twenty20 league in the United Arab Emirates, PSL chairman Najam Sethi said on Saturday.

Sethi also said that efforts will continue “to protect the PSL from the menace of corruption.”

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On Friday, Islamabad United’s batsmen Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif were provisionally suspended and ordered to return home.

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