Three Pakistani cricketers, including captain, were suspended for match-fixing


Islamabad: The ICC suspended three Pakistani cricketers for match-fixing in the world of cricket. They were directed to submit a response within 16 days. According to details, the ICC has immediately suspended 3 Pakistani-born cricketers who played for the United Arab Emirates cricket team. Mohammad Naveed is also the captain of the UAE cricket team.
According to the ICC statement, all three cricketers have been charged under the Anti-Corruption Code. It is reported that Qadeer Khan is responsible for providing communication and information to deaf persons. The cricketer is also accused of being a corruption of the Twenty20 qualifiers on Invertebrate. UAE captain Mohammed Naveed has been charged with fixing the fixtures in the T-League. All three cricketers have been directed to submit a response within 16 days of the charges against them.


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