DUBAI (United Arab Emirates): Two senior worldwide cricketers from the United Arab Emirates have been discovered responsible on Tuesday of trying to repair T20 World Cup qualifying matches in 2019.
Mohammad Naveed, the UAE captain, and Shaiman Anwar have been each discovered to have breached two guidelines within the ICC anti-corruption code after being charged in October 2019, days earlier than the beginning of qualifying.
The ICC mentioned they have been discovered responsible of “being celebration to an settlement or effort to repair or contrive or in any other case affect improperly the outcome, progress, conduct or different side(s) of a match or matches” within the qualifying competitors. In addition they did not disclose any particulars about being approached to interact in corrupt conduct.
The precise matches in query weren’t disclosed.
Naveed and Anwar stay suspended and sanctions will comply with, the ICC mentioned.
Naveed, a quick bowler, was additionally discovered responsible of trying to repair a match or matches in Abu Dhabi’s T10 League in 2019.