Pakistan’s Umar Akmal Handed Three Year Ban for failing to Report Spot Fixing Deals

Disputable Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal was prohibited Monday from all types of cricket for a long time in the wake of conceding to neglecting to report coordinate fixing draws near, the nation’s cricket load up declared. 

Pak istan's Umar Akmal Handed Three Year Ban for failing to Report Spot Fixing Deals
Umar Akmal (Pic Source – Twitter)

Umar, who turns 30 in May, pulled back a month ago from testing the charges. 

Umar’s restriction is compelling from February 20, when he was temporarily suspended by the board under its enemy of debasement code, which expresses a player must report being drawn closer to fix games. 



The choice was declared by a disciplinary panel after a concise becoming aware of the Pakistan Cricket Board. 

Umar burst onto the scene with a century in his first Test in 2009, yet his profession has been defaced by disciplinary issues, bringing about different bans and fines. 

He was captured in February 2014 after a fight with a traffic superintendent who halted him for a sign infringement. 


Umar last spoke to Pakistan in two Twenty20 internationals against Sri Lanka in Lahore a year ago, tumbling to initially ball ducks on the two events. 

He has so far played 16 Tests, 121 one-day games and 84 Twenty20s for Pakistan.

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