Sports Desk – In cricket, there are revelations about match-fixing. Now recently a Pakistani cricketer has confessed to the matter of fixing in court. The name of this cricketer is former Pakistan opener Nasir Jamshed. Jamshed has been found guilty of involvement in a conspiracy to bribe fellow cricketers in the T20 spot-fixing case. This case is related to Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Nasir Jamshed pleaded guilty to spot-fixing bribery conspiracy in Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2016-17 season at Manchester Crown Court in the United Kingdom on Monday.
Jamshed and is standing trial at Manchester Crown Court, following his arrest in February 2017 alongside two UK nationals, Yousef Anwar, (36), and Mohammed Ijaz (34).
That led to the uncovering of an attempted fix in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) in 2016 and an actual fix in the PSL in 2017, with Jamshed agreeing to not score runs from the first two balls.
Nasir Jamshed was banned for 10 years over his involvement in spot-fixing in 2018. Nasser was accused of violating 7 sections of the Anti-Corruption Code of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).