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  1. Local and international players taking part in the third edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) will be well paid. Players were drafted in five different categories on 12 November and will be paid according to this. Platinum category Players in this category will be paid Rs 14 million for the season. Lahore Qalandars: Chriss Lynn Islamabad United: JP Duminy Karachi Kings: Colin Ingram Quetta Gladiators: Shane Watson Peshawar Zalmis: Dwayne Bravo Multan Sultans: Imran Tahir Diamond category Those players selected in the diamond category will make Rs 7 million for the season Lahore Qalandars: Mustafiz ur Rehman Islamabad United: Luke Ronchi Karachi Kings: Mitchell Johnson Quetta Gladiators: Carlos Brathwaite Peshawar Zalmi: Tamim Iqbal Multan Sultans: Darren Bravo Gold category Rs 5 million would be the salary for players selected in this category. Karachi Kings: Luke Wright Islamabad United: Fahim Ashraf Peshawar Zalmi: Hammad Azam Quetta Gladiators: Rahat Ali Lahore Qalandars: Bilal Asif Multan Sultans: Ahmed Shahzad Silver category In this category, players will make Rs 2.2 million. Lahore Qalandars - Raza Hassan Islamabad United - Sam Billings Peshawar Zalmi - Saad Nasim Quetta Gladiators - Ramiz Raja Jnr Karachi Kings - David Wiese Multan Sultans - Mohammad Abbas Lahore Qalandars - Sohail Akhtar Islamabad United - Zafar Gohar Peshawar Zalmi - Taimoor Sultan Quetta Gladiators - Saad Ali Karachi Kings - Tabish Khan Multan Sultans - Nicolas Pooran Emerging Category Players selected in this category will make Rs 1 million in salary. Lahore Qalandars - Shaheen Afridi Islamabad United - Sahibzada Farhan Karachi Kings - Mohammad Irfan Junior Quetta Gladiators: Saud Shakil Peshwar Zalmi: Sameen Gul Multan Sultans: Abdullah Shafiq Lahore Qalandars - Ghulam Mudassar Islamabad United - Hussain Talat Karachi Kings - Hassan Mohsin Quetta Gladiators - Hasaan Khan Peshawar Zalmi - Ibtisam Sheikh Multan Sultans - Saif Badar
  2. LAHORE: The Pakistan Super League (PSL) will hold its draft on Sunday and an official list of 501 foreign and local cricketers has been released. Having already retained nine players each, the team will enter Sunday?s draft to pick one Platinum, one Diamond, one Gold, two Silver and two Emerging players each in order to complete their squads of 16. Teams may also pick up to four players in the Supplementary rounds. Each team will have a salary cap of $ 1.2 million for a squad of 20 players. Top names such as Chris Lynn, JP Duminy, Imran Tahir, Carlos Brathwaite, Shane Watson, Dwayne Bravo, Jimmy Neesham, Angelo Mathews, Mustafizur Rahman, Mitchell McClenaghan, Mitchell Johnson, Colin Munro, Luke Ronchi, Adil Rashid, Wayne Parnell, Thisara Perera and Colin Ingram will be up for selection at the Draft. Promising cricketers from the Pakistan U-19 set-up and top performers of the recently concluded U-19 Pentangular Cup have been added to the Emerging roster. The players up for selection at this year?s PSL Player Draft are divided into five primary categories. Starting this year, teams may also nominate Talent Hunt Discovery picks. These nominations comprise of players unearthed during talent hunt programs who do not qualify as Emerging players.
  3. LAHORE: The Pakistan Super League (PSL) will hold its draft on Sunday and an official list of 501 foreign and local cricketers has been released. Having already retained nine players each, the team will enter Sunday?s draft to pick one Platinum, one Diamond, one Gold, two Silver and two Emerging players each in order to complete their squads of 16. Teams may also pick up to four players in the Supplementary rounds. Each team will have a salary cap of $ 1.2 million for a squad of 20 players. Top names such as Chris Lynn, JP Duminy, Imran Tahir, Carlos Brathwaite, Shane Watson, Dwayne Bravo, Jimmy Neesham, Angelo Mathews, Mustafizur Rahman, Mitchell McClenaghan, Mitchell Johnson, Colin Munro, Luke Ronchi, Adil Rashid, Wayne Parnell, Thisara Perera and Colin Ingram will be up for selection at the Draft. Promising cricketers from the Pakistan U-19 set-up and top performers of the recently concluded U-19 Pentangular Cup have been added to the Emerging roster. The players up for selection at this year?s PSL Player Draft are divided into five primary categories. Starting this year, teams may also nominate Talent Hunt Discovery picks. These nominations comprise of players unearthed during talent hunt programs who do not qualify as Emerging players.
  4. LAHORE: The player draft for the much anticipated HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) will take place on November 12. Top international stars including Chris Lynn, JP Duminy, Mitchell Johnson, Dwayne Bravo, Imran Tahir, Angelo Mathews, Luke Ronchi, Colin Ingram, Wayne Parnell, and John Hastings have put their name forward for the HBL PSL Player Draft. These players will join a star-studded PSL roster including the likes of Shoaib Malik, Brendon McCullum, Mohammad Amir, Kevin Pietersen, Hasan Ali, Darren Sammy, Shahid Afridi, Shadab Khan, Andre Russell, Shakib al Hasan, Kumar Sangakkara and many more T20 stars who have been retained by their respective teams. Each team will go into the HBL PSL Player Draft 2017 with a squad of nine players. The Draft will include one round in Platinum, Diamond and Gold categories. This will be followed by two rounds each in Silver and Emerging. Teams will have the option to pick up to four players each in the Supplementary category. The default pick order will see Lahore Qalandars going first followed by Islamabad United, Karachi Kings, Quetta Gladiators, Peshawar Zalmi and Multan Sultans. This may be altered as a result of trades. Meanwhile, Karachi Kings have opted to skip their first pick in the Emerging Round, they will nominate a player after the conclusion of their talent hunt program. Teams will have a purse of $1.2 million each to pick a squad of 20 players.
  5. PCB Chairman Najam Sethi while speaking to media on October 31, 2017. Photo: Geo News screen grab LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board Chairperson Najam Sethi shared that it is currently being reviewed if the final of Pakistan Super League season three will be held in Karachi or not. While speaking to media, Sethi remarked that discussions are being held pertaining to PSL season three. It was also advised that two playoffs of PSL should be held in Lahore, he shared. The schedule of West Indies tour of Pakistan will be announced in coming days, PCB chairman shared on Tuesday. When asked if India will play in under 19 tournament, Sethi replied: ?I don?t know if India will play in Pakistan or not. If India doesn?t, it can forfeit the match.? However, the tournament will for sure be held in Pakistan, he added. On the other hand, Director Cricket Operations Haroon Rashid remarked that only Quaid-e-Azam Tournament shouldn?t be counted as domestic cricket. Speaking about the necessity of hosting international matches and teams, he said that it would considerably reduce the financial burden from the cricket board. ?When we play with other countries in their home grounds, it meant us having to reciprocate that. However, many international players did not want to come to Pakistan. Now, that the country?s security situation has improved, we are trying that at least juniors teams come play in Pakistan,? he explained. On October 27, reports emerged that PCB is still waiting for a final word from Cricket West Indies (CWI) on the proposed tour of Pakistan by the West Indies team for a series of three T20Is. A source in PCB had confirmed to Geo.tv that PCB has sent the proposed itinerary and the related plans to the CWI and the board is now waiting for the final approval. ?We are hoping for a reply from them by Wednesday,? the source had remarked. A joint statement from PCB and CWI had stated that Cricket West Indies and Pakistan Cricket Board were advancing discussions that would see the West Indies team play three T20 matches against Pakistan in Lahore in late November. However, the statement then had said that the proposed tour will be subject to the ICC World XI team's visit to Pakistan and affirmation of manageable security by ICC-sponsored security experts.
  6. Najam Sethi/File photo Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chairman Najam Sethi will meet Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Tuesday to discuss preparations for hosting Pakistan Super League (PSL) matches in Karachi. Sethi took to Twitter to announce the news and asked fans to wish him luck. ?I am meeting Sindh CM tomorrow to start preparations for PSL matches in Karachi. Wish me luck!? The PCB chairman was a jubilant man on Monday following an announcement from Sri Lanka Cricket which confirmed that the Sri Lankan team will tour Pakistan for a T20I match later this month. ?This is a historic moment,? he said of the upcoming T20I in Lahore between the two sides, as Pakistan beat Sri Lanka in the second ODI to give fans even more to celebrate about. ?Great win! Great news too about the Lahore T20. Hope the fans are smiling :) Pakistan Zindabad,? Sethi tweeted. Sri Lankan team will play the T20I match, the third of three-match T20I series, on October 29, after playing the first two matches in UAE. The match is yet another step towards restoration of International cricket in Pakistan, which last month hosted a star-studded World XI side led by South Africa?s Faf du Plessis. This is also the first tour by a major cricket team since an attack on the bus carrying Sri Lankan team in 2009, barring a brief tour by Zimbabwe in 2015. PCB mulls lower ticket prices The PCB is considering keeping ticket prices for the Lahore T20I lower than the ticket prices for the recent World XI matches. According to sources, the board has instructed its marketing department to keep the ticket prices within the range of Rs500 to Rs4,000.
  7. In its continual crackdown on spot-fixing, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) banned Khalid Latif from all forms of cricket for five years in light of his role in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) scandal that marred this year's edition. Apart from the ban, Latif has also been fined 1 million Pakistan rupees (USD 9,489 approximately). The 31-year-old, who played for Islamabad United, was charged with six major breaches of the PCB's anti-corruption code (including the serious offense of luring other players to take part in match-fixing) and was found guilty on all of them. "Latif is banned for five years and fined one million rupees after the proceedings of the case," the three-member tribunal announced. Anti Corruption Tribunal has found Khalid Latif guiltily of all charges, therefore has announced a ban of 5 years & a fine of PKR 1 Million — PCB Official (@TheRealPCB) September 20, 2017 In August earlier this year, Latif's teammate at Islamabad United, Sharjeel Khan, also received a five-year ban (with two-and-a-half years suspended) for his role in the spot-fixing case. The PCB had provisionally suspended Latif and Sharjeel after they found evidence of spot-fixing during a PSL match between Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalmi in Dubai in February this year. " Khalid Latif started fixing discussion with me in 2016 West Indies series in UAE " Sharjeel khan statement in detail judgment. — Rasheed shakoor (@rasheedshakoor) September 9, 2017 According to the PCB, Sharjeel and Latif met an alleged bookie and struck a deal. Based on their arrangement, Sharjeel - naturally an aggressive batsman - agreed to play two dot balls after the first over in the match. Though Latif didn't play in that match, he was later charged with luring Sharjeel into the deal and not reporting the matter to the PCB anti-corruption unit. " Sharjeel khan and Khalid Latif met Yousuf Anwer on insisting of Nasir Jamshed" Detail judgment — Rasheed shakoor (@rasheedshakoor) September 9, 2017 But, unlike Sharjeel whose charges emanated from the same PSL match, none of Latif's sentence is suspended which means that the Pakistani batsman cannot return to cricket till at least 2022. It is the harshest punishment meted out so far to a player in the PSL spot-fixing scandal. Khalid Latif - waited so long for an international call-up. Then he throws it all away. Another waste of talent #Cricket — Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) September 20, 2017 This ban, unless reduced or overturned in the event of an appeal, would almost certainly spell the end of Latif's career. Given his age, Latif would be 36 after five years and will undoubtedly struggle to return to the domestic circuit, let alone stage a comeback to the national side. Very good move by @TheRealPCB to ban Sharjeel Khan & Khalid Latif for 5 years. I think their reward should be life ban. #SayNoToCorruption — Ahmed Saleem (@Ahmadd_Saleem) September 20, 2017 Apart from Latif and Sharjeel, four other players - Mohammad Irfan, Shahzaib Hassan, Nasir Jamshed and Mohammad Nawaz - were also included in the investigation on multiple charges. After admitting to not reporting the bookie's offer, while Irfan was banned for one year (six months suspended) and fined one million Pakistan rupees, Nawaz received a two-month ban (one month suspended) and paid 200,000 Pakistan rupees as fine. After serving their respective sentences, the two cricketers are now free to play cricket. On the other hand, Irfan was fined and given a one-year ban in March this year, while the cases against Jamshed and Hasan are still in progress. Khalid Latif should be banned for life along with @SharjeelLeo14 to set an example for all those who are thinking of corruption in the game. — ENGIYAH (@yasiralihamza) September 20, 2017 Earlier, in 2010, three prominent Pakistani cricketers - Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir - were convicted for spot-fixing on their tour of England. The three cricketers were later banned by the ICC's anti-corruption tribunal for a minimum of five years. Pakistani leg-spinner Danish Kaneria is also serving a life ban which was imposed on him by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) in 2012 after he was found guilty of spot-fixing while playing for Essex in the county matches. On one hand where the PCB is desperately trying to revive international cricket back home, the country - where cricket is arguably the most popular sport - continues to lose talented cricketers to the demons of spot-fixing.
  8. Khalid Latif LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board?s (PCB) anti-corruption tribunal will announce its verdict on suspended batsman Khalid Latif in the Pakistan Super League spot-fixing case on Wednesday. The opener, who represented Pakistan and PSL franchise Islamabad United, is expected to be handed a ban of up to 10 years and heavy fines in the spot-fixing case, in which he is alleged to have played a central role. The 31-year-old faces six charges including that of persuading a few other cricketers including teammates Mohammad Irfan and Sharjeel Khan to get involved in spot-fixing, which marred the opening day of the PSL second edition held in Dubai earlier this year. Latif and Sharjeel were provisionally suspended and sent home from the T20 competition in February, after an investigation by the board?s anti-corruption unit. During the case proceedings that followed, Latif and his lawyer Badar Alam continued to challenge the constitutional validity of the tribunal and its appointed members. Attempts by Latif to challenge the tribunal in the Lahore High Court, however, failed more than once. Sharjeel Khan was banned for five years, with half of the sentence suspended, by the PCB tribunal earlier this month. He will not be able to play domestic or international cricket for half the sentence and will be kept under observation for its duration.
  9. LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board?s spot-fixing tribunal on Wednesday slapped a five-year ban against opening batsman Sharjeel Khan. In an interim order, it was said that for next two and a half years Khan will not be allowed to play domestic and international cricket, and for the rest of the years, the board authorities will put him under a close observation. The detailed judgment on the case will be released later. On violation of five clauses, a charge sheet against the opening batsman was given on Feb 18. The hearing of Khan?s case started on March 24. Earlier, Khan denied his involvement in relation to allegations of spot-fixing during the Pakistan Super League 2017. ?I have not done anything wrong. Everything will get clear soon,? he said when approached by journalists. When asked to elaborate, the suspended Islamabad United player said he has been forbidden by the Pakistan Cricket Board to speak to the media. Sharjeel, along with Islamabad United teammate Khalid Latif, was provisionally suspended by the PCB during the opening week of the ongoing PSL following an initial inquiry into an alleged attempt by an international syndicate to corrupt Pakistan?s T20 tournament. Both the players were formally charged by the PCB over alleged spot-fixing under its anti-corruption code last Friday. They were also presented with evidence of spot-fixing, PCB lawyer said.
  10. In what once appeared to be a promising career soon turned into a major disappointment as opening batsman Sharjeel Khan received a five-year ban from all forms of cricket by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) owing to his role in spot-fixing during the second edition of the country's T20 league earlier this year. The left-handed batsman was found guilty on five counts of PCB's Anti-Corruption Code, including his role in spot-fixing, and has been placed under ban for five years, half of which has been suspended. In turn, the Pakistani opener can play cricket after 30 months, only after complying with certain pre-requisites as set by the PCB. Sharjeel's ban will take effect from when he was first suspended, on February 10, 2017. The 28-year-old batsman represented Islamabad United in the PSL and was immediately sent home from the UAE after being found guilty of spot-fixing. He was then suspended along with team-mate Khalid Latif. © Reuters "Sharjeel is banned for five years, which has two-and-a-half year suspended, after the proceedings of the case," said Asghat Haider, who headed the three-member tribunal which also included former PCB Chairman Lt Gen (R) Tauqir Zia and ex-Test cricketer Wasim Bari. The panel was set-up to look into allegations of spot-fixing during the 2017 edition of the PSL. The 28-year-old batsman is said to have accepted allegations that he played out two dot balls on purpose during the said encounter. The batsman could have been handed a longer ban but escaped with minimal sentences for each of the five charges laid against him. Sharjeel and Latif were placed under immediate suspension by the PCB in the aftermath of the scandal. Shahzaib Hasan and Nasir Jamshed are also facing similar charges while the fifth, former fast bowler, Mohammad Irfan, was banned for a period of six months for his failure in reporting the offer to the PCB. He received a six-month ban with a six-month suspension alongside a one-million rupees fine. Sharjeel Khan was such an awsome power hitter but he ruined his career for some pennies. These guys learn nothing. — Hum Sab Ka Pakistan (@HSKPakistan) August 30, 2017 Sharjeel Khan Banned For 5 Years. Normal Cricketers Play To Enjoy Cricket. Legendary Pakistani Cricketers Play For Spot Fixing. ð — Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadeja) August 30, 2017 Sharjeel Khan banned for 5 years, accepted match fixing allegations. Young cricketers making Pakistan proud once again. — Anas Tipu (@teepusahab) August 30, 2017 Sharjeel Khan have lost his career because of his greedy nature. A wake up call for all Young players. Stay away from Fixing.#SharjeelKhan — Amir Sohail (@amirsohailLive) August 30, 2017 Sharjeel Khan banned for 5 years, such a powerful hitter but distroyed his future like Muhammad Asif & Butt. These guys are not learning!! — رÙشاء خا٠(@RamshaKhan01) August 30, 2017 Pak Cricketer Sharjeel Khan Banned For 5 Yrs,Suspended For 2.5 Yrs For Spot Fixing Jeet To Sakte Nhi BC Inko Haarne Ke Paise Kon Deta Haið¤ pic.twitter.com/LxYx6jhhBe — Sir Ravindra Jadeja (@SirJadeja) August 30, 2017 "Sharjeel Khan" has been banned because IPL doesn't allow piss poor Pakis to play in India. What will a momeen do then ? — Evil Yindoo (@EvilYindoo) August 30, 2017
  11. LAHORE: Pakistan Super League?s (PSL) sixth team was announced on Thursday as Schon Group purchased Multan franchise for PSL 2017. According to reports, the group bought the rights for the team for $5.2 million. Currently, the PSL consists of five teams, Islamabad United, Karachi Kings, Lahore Qalandars, Quetta Gladiators and Peshawar Zalmi. Category* Amazing Amazing 1 Amazing 10 Amazing 2 Amazing 3 Amazing 4 Amazing 5 Amazing 6 Amazing 7 Amazing 8 Amazing 9 Blog - Pakistan Business Business 1 Business 10 Business 2 Business 3 Business 4 Business 5 Business 6 Business 7 Business 8 Business 9 Entertainment Entertainment 1 Entertainment 10 Entertainment 2 Entertainment 3 Entertainment 4 Entertainment 5 Entertainment 6 Entertainment 7 Entertainment 8 Entertainment 9 Geo Comedy Health Health 1 Health 10 Health 2 Health 3 Health 4 Health 5 Health 6 Health 7 Health 8 Health 9 Opinion Opinion - World Pakistan Pakistan 1 Pakistan 10 Pakistan 2 Pakistan 3 Pakistan 4 Pakistan 5 Pakistan 6 Pakistan 7 Pakistan 8 Pakistan 9 Sci-tech Sci-tech 1 Sci-tech 10 Sci-tech 2 Sci-tech 3 Sci-tech 4 Sci-tech 5 Sci-tech 6 Sci-tech 7 Sci-tech 8 Sci-tech 9 Sponsor Sports Sports 1 Sports 10 Sports 2 Sports 3 Sports 4 Sports 5 Sports 6 Sports 7 Sports 8 Sports 9 World World 1 World 10 World 2 World 3Ct_featured_video 1 Ct_featured_video 10 Ct_featured_video 11 Ct_featured_video 2 Ct_featured_video 3 Ct_featured_video 4 Ct_featured_video 5 Ct_featured_video 6 Ct_featured_video 7 Ct_featured_video 8 Ct_featured_video 9 Ct_top_news 1 Ct_top_news 2 Ct_top_news 3 Ct_top_news 4 Ct_top_news 5 Ct_top_news 6 Ct_top_news 7 Editors_pick 1 Editors_pick 2 Editors_pick 3 Editors_pick 4 Editors_pick 5 Editors_pick 6 Editors_pick 7 Editors_pick 8 Featured 1 Featured 10 Featured 2 Featured 3 Featured 4 Featured 5 Featured 6 Featured 7 Featured 8 Featured 9 Slider_news 1 Slider_news 2 Slider_news 3 Slider_news 4 Slider_news 5 Slider_news 6 Special_coverage 1 Special_coverage 2 Special_coverage 3 Special_coverage 4 Special_coverage 5 Special_coverage 6 Special_coverage 7 Top_news 1 Top_news 2 Top_news 3 Top_news 4 Top_news 5 Top_news 6 Top_news 7 Top_news 8 Top_news 9 × Sports 2 × Top_news 2 Select Source TypeNews AgencyVideoReporter Author* Abdul Majid BhattiAFPAFP(2)AGENCIESAPAPPGEO BEEPERGEO ENGLISHGEO NEWSGeo PakistanINPKarachi BureauNGTNNIOCTOPUSONLINEOTHERSPPIPress ReleaseREUTERSTICKERWeb DeskZeeshan Azmat ×GEO NEWS Tags Enter tags ... Related Post Search related post: exact x Social Sharing Send Notification Fb Share Tweet Share Re-Share Select 360 Site --- Select Site --- A 360 look at Karachi?s private ambulancesVirtual Tour Info - 360 Degrees360: The sights and sounds of Karachi's Burnes Road Show video icon on story image Show live icon Show Facebook live Show Facebook live on home Breaking News Show Comments Full Story Budget 2017 News PSL Off the field Fullstory Image* Click to upload fullscreen image (1600 x 650) Fullstory Embed Code* Meta Info Meta Title Original URL Meta Keywords Meta Description Preview Select Publish StatusDraftPublishedDeleted
  12. File image LAHORE: Pakistan Super League's spot-fixing case took a new turn on Monday as former Test cricketer Mohammad Yousuf gave his statement in favour of suspended player Sharjeel Khan before the tribunal. Speaking to journalists after the proceedings, the former right-hand batsman said: ?I think he has played the deliveries genuinely,? adding, ?if the case is solely based on it [the dot balls] then it must be brought to an end.? He also said that no batsman can play dot balls intentionally. Earlier, Islamabad United coach Dean Jones has also testified at the tribunal hearing saying two dot balls played by Sharjeel during a PSL match were not suspicious from a cricketing perspective. The allegation relates to a match played between Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalmi held in Dubai in February, in which Sharjeel scored a single off four deliveries including two dots. The Pakistan Cricket Board has accused him of agreeing to a spot-fixing plan and of failing to report offers to fix, charges which carry a ban ranging from five years to life if found guilty. Sharjeel?s lawyer Shaigan Aijaz, who is representing him at a closed-door tribunal, said: "Jones has told the tribunal that Sharjeel played dot balls on merit and that he has no reservations about Sharjeel?s shot selection." Bowlers Mohammad Irfan and Mohammad Nawaz, who also featured in the second edition of the Twenty20 tournament have so far been suspended for failing to report offers to fix. The fate of batsmen Khalid Latif, Nasir Jamshed and Shahzaib Hasan has yet to be decided.
  13. LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has invited bids from interested parties seeking to acquire franchise rights for a sixth team to be introduced to the Pakistan Super League (PSL) from 2018 onwards. Interested parties can collect bid documents till May 15 upon payment of a non-refundable payment of USD 1,000. Currently, the PSL consists of five teams, Islamabad United, Karachi Kings, Lahore Qalandars, Quetta Gladiators and Peshawar Zalmi.
  14. Pakistan fast-bowler Mohammad Irfan was, on 14 March, provisionally suspended by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) from all forms of the game for his alleged involvement in the sensational Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing case. The left-arm seamer was sanctioned on Monday as the PCB's investigation into alleged corruption in the PSL gathered steam. It has been learnt that Irfan violated the PCB's anti-corruption code twice and that the latest incident happened at the PSL in February. He was pulled up for questioning during the tournament but was subsequently allowed to continue playing for his team Islamabad United. Mohammad irfan has probably f***ed his career. Shameful really. — Dr Danish (@MrDanny3) March 14, 2017 The 34-year-old was also summoned by the PCB last week to appear before the anti-corruption committee. He was one of the two players called before the committee, the other being Karachi Kings batsman Shahzaib Hasan. "The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) in furtherance to its investigation issued a Notice of Charge and provisionally suspended Irfan under the PCB Anti-Corruption Code," the board said in its release. Another Pakistani bowler Mohammad Irfan has been suspended for fixing. Now he'll join terrorist group as he's free now. — Amit Choudhary (@twittison) March 14, 2017 "Irfan has been charged with two violations of Code Article 2.4.4 and now has 14 days to respond to the Notice of Charge. He has also been provisionally suspended with immediate effect from participating in all forms of cricket," it further added. Now Mohammad Irfan has been caught 4 match fixing&banned, I feel strongly Pak Cricketers should gamble In Casino rather than playing cricket — Ishtiaq Khan (@ishtiaq787) March 14, 2017 The article that Irfan was found in breach of dealt with "failing to disclose to the PCB Vigilance and Security Department (without unnecessary delay) full details of any approaches or invitations received by the Participant to engage in Corrupt Conduct under this Anti-Corruption Code". Mohammad Irfan?? Entire PCB should be suspended for spot fixing.. I mean did #PSL2017 look completely clean — Chandan Kumar (@Iamchand97) March 14, 2017 Irfan is sadly the fourth player to be suspended in relation to the 2017 PSL spot-fixing case. Earlier in February, Pakistani batsmen Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif were charged in the case. However, the two batsmen disputed the charges and an independent tribunal has been set up to look into their case. Tall peoples have Brain in their Knees. Proved by Mohammad Irfan — #TUBELIGHT 2017 (@Its_BeingAisha) March 14, 2017 On the other hand, Pakistani opener Nasir Jamshed was also suspended and arrested in the UK as part of the same investigation. He was later released on bail.
  15. In what appears to be a high-risk cricket match aimed to regain confidence of other international teams and bring international fixtures back in the country, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will have unprecedented attention during the Pakistan Super League (PSL) final between Quetta Gladiators and Peshawar Zalmi in Lahore on Sunday. The Pakistan cricket board's decision to host the summit clash in Lahore had already witnessed a lot of high-profile overseas players withdrawing from the tournament. With the likes of Kevin Pietersen, Luke Wright, Tymal Mills, Rilee Rossouw pulling out of the match, PCB hopes their decision of hosting the final encounter will be an opportunity to show that the country is safe to resume international cricket. (1/2) Good Luck to everyone involved with the @thePSLt20 Final today in Lahore. It has been a memorable tournament. The support from all of — Alan Wilkins (@alanwilkins22) March 5, 2017 (2/2)...you in Pakistan has made this the most emotional experience. Insha'Allah next year, if invited to work on PSL3, Lahore beckons. #PSL — Alan Wilkins (@alanwilkins22) March 5, 2017 The Pakistani government had wavered momentarily on whether to host the PSL final after a series of terrorist attacks killed more than 130 people last month, including a suicide bombing in Lahore where at least 13 people died. With former cricketers like Imran Khan and Shoaib Akhtar criticising the move, Pakistani fans have welcomed PCB's decision to host the final match at the Gaddafi stadium. All the v best @TeamQuetta in today's final in Lahore. I'm there with you in spirit. See ball, hit ball, catch ball, bowl ball! ? — KP (@KP24) March 5, 2017 Pakistan has only hosted one international series since terrorists attacked a bus carrying the Sri Lankan cricket team in Lahore in 2009. Six players were hurt while two civilians and six security officials were killed in that attack. A tour by Zimbabwe's cricket team in 2015 was almost disrupted when a suicide bomber killed two security officials near a stadium. Best of luck to both teams @TeamQuetta & @PeshawarZalmi for the final match of @thePSLt20 tonight.@TheRealPCB @najamsethi #PslFinalLahore — Saqlain Mushtaq (@Saqlain_Mushtaq) March 5, 2017 Is it EID today? No! It's the PSL final! The excitement is contagious! This is the Pakistan I know and love ❤️ #PslFinalLahore — Annie Khalid (@annie_khalid) March 5, 2017 Its not just Quetta Vs Peshawar, it is Pakistan Vs Terrorism, People Vs Fear, Patriotism Vs Politics, Peace Vs Violence. #PslFinalLahore — Fakhr-e-Alam (@falamb3) March 5, 2017 #PslFinalLahore I hope players of Quetta and Peshawar will not taunt each other today like Ishant did to Australians pic.twitter.com/X2luuhfInM — Hamid Mir (@HamidMirGEO) March 5, 2017 No matter who wins who loses, Pakistan will win iA. #PslFinalLahore #QuettaGladiators #PeshawarZalmi — Ansar Abbasi (@AnsarAAbbasi) March 5, 2017 Cricket comes home, credit to @JAfridi10 and @PeshawarZalmi for making sure all top Zalmi players play PSL final in Lahore. #AbKhelJamayGa pic.twitter.com/C0XSBUjDRq — Faizan Lakhani (@faizanlakhani) March 4, 2017 Dean Jones has been added to the commentary team for the PSL final - Wasim, Waqar, Ramiz, Bazid & Dean Jones #PSLFinal #cricket — Saj Sadiq (@Saj_PakPassion) March 5, 2017
  16. The 5 Pakistan Super League 2017 teams are; TeamsPSL 2017 Teams Squad players list Islamabad United Misbah-ul-Haq (captain), Shane Watson, Steven Finn, Sharjeel Khan, Mohammad Irfan, Samuel Badree, Mohammad Sami, Khalid Latif, Brad Haddin, Sam Billings, Hussain Talat, Amad Butt, Dwayne Smith, Ben Duckkett, Shadab Khan, Zohaib Khan, Saeed Ajmal, Imran Khalid, Asif Ali, Rumman Raees, Syed Muzammil Shah Karachi Kings Kumar Sangakkara (captain), Shoaib Malik, Chris Gayle, Babar Azam, Ravi Bopara, Imad Wasim, Mohammad Amir, Safiullah Bangash, Shazaib Hasan, Sohail Khan, Kieron Pollard, Ryan McLaren, Khurram Manzoor, Kashif Bhatti, Abrar Ahmed, Abdul Hameed/Hasan Mohsin, Mahela Jayawardene, Usama Mir, Rahat Ali, Amad Alam Peshawar Zalmi Darren Sammy (captain), Shahid Afridi, Sohaib Maqsood, Eoin Morgan, Wahab Riaz, Tilakaratne Dilshan, Mohammad Hafeez, Chris Jordan, Samit Patel, Kamran Akmal, Iftikhar Ahmed, Harris Sohail, Hasan Ali, Mohammad Asghar, Marlon Samuels, Andre Fletcher, Khushdil Shah, Shakib Al Hasan, Tamim Iqbal, Imran Khan (jr), Junaid Khan, M. Irfan Khan Quetta Gladiators Sarfraz Ahmed (captain), Umar Gul, Asad Shafiq, Ahmed Shehzad, Mohammad Nawaz, Kevin Pietersen, Luke Wright, Rilee Rossouw, Mahmudullah Riyad, Anwar Ali, Tymal Mills, Hassan Khan, Nathan McCullum, Thisara Perera, Bismillah Khan, Mir Hamza, Zulfiqar Babar, Saad Nasim, Umar Amin, Noor Wali Lahore Qalandars Brendon McCullum (captain), Azhar Ali, Aamer Yamin, Sohail Tanvir, Sunil Narine, Umar Akmal, Jason Roy, Yasir Shah, James Franklin, Mohammad Rizwan, Cameron Delport, Fakhar Zaman, Bilawal Bhatti, Ghulam Mudassar, Usman Qadir, Grant Elliot, Chris Green, Saif Badar, Mohammad Irfan (Jr.), Zafar Gohar
  17. Name: Pakistan Super League | PSL Live Streaming Category: Sports Channels Date Added: 2016-02-05 Submitter: waqas dar Pakistan Super League | PSL Live Streaming Pakistan Super League 2016 live streaming TV Channel.Pakistan Super League Live Streaming.All matches live on Ptv sports.Psl live streaming.Pakistan Super League PSL Live Streaming. Pakistan Super League | PSL Live Streaming
  18. Pakistan Super League | PSL Live Streaming 2017 2nd Pakistan Super League 2017 live streaming TV Channel.Pakistan Super League Live Streaming.All matches live on Ptv sports.Psl live streaming.Pakistan Super League PSL Live Streaming. 2nd Pakistani T20 cricket league in which international players are going to take part will be started on 9th February, 2017 and this is a surprise for the Pakistani nation. After a lot of hard work and planning, finally the dream come true and the wait is over now because all super stars of Pakistan cricket are there to play vital role in the Pakistan Super League 2017. There are total 5 teams who will take part in this fantasy cricket league to be started from 9th February, 2017. All the matches of this league are scheduled to be played in United Arab Emirates. List of the teams are mentioned below. Karachi Kings Lahore Qalandars Peshawar Zalmi Islamabad United Quetta Gladiators All the matches of Pakistan Super League 2017 will be available live on Geo Super, Ten Sports, PTV Sports and official channel of Pakistan Super League and all the details .