Pakistan charge Jamshed in spot-fixing case
Nasir Jamshed is currently in prison.
Pakistan cricket charged former Test batsman Nasir Jamshed on Tuesday (11) with obstructing and failing to cooperate in an investigation into a spot-fixing case which rocked their Twenty20 league. Jamshed, 27, is the fifth player charged in the scandal which saw a one-year ban — six months suspended — and a fine meted out to fast bowler Mohammad Irfan last month. Three other players — Sharjeel Khan, Khalid Latif and Shahzaib Hasan — will fight the allegations before a three-member tribunal headed by a retired judge. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said Jamshed, who was arrested in Britain in February and…
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