DUBAI: Pakistan Super League which is being played successfully in Dubai has been hit hard with the match fixing scandal.
Pakistan Super League (PSL) corruption scandal has further disclosed as Shahzeb Hassan himself contacted Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) anti-corruption unit (ACU) and informed about a suspicious person.
As per details, Shahzeb presented himself before ACU and told that the suspicious person tried to contact him. ACU cleared Shahzeb Hassan after conducting an inquiry and allowed him to continue playing in PSL.
It has also been informed that Karachi Kings’ skipper Kumar Sangakkara and head coach Mickey Arthur encouraged Shahzeb Hassan on his act.
Earlier, Pakistan Cricket Board had provisionally suspended contracts of Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif on Friday over alleged violation of Anti-Corruption Code of Pakistan Super League, and both were sent back to Pakistan.