Corruption Charges Against Three Hong Kong Players, ICC Temporarily Suspended
- Left-arm spinner Nadeem was unable to take a single wicket against India.
- Irfan last played in 2014 and Haseed last played in 2016 for his country.
#Hong Kong: The International #Cricket Council (#ICC) has blamed the three Hong Kong players for allegedly being involved in match-fixing in 2014 under their Anti-Corruption Code. These three players are Haseed Amjad, Nadeem Ahmad, and Irfan Ahmad. Nadeem and Irfan are brothers. Nadeem also played against India in the Asia Cup held in the UAE last month. ICC has temporarily suspended all three players with immediate effect.
Irfan has also been suspended 30 months ago: Irfan Ahmad has already been suspended for two and a half years in April 2016. He is now found guilty in nine other cases. His elder brother Nadeem Ahmad and Haseed Amjad have been convicted in five other cases. Irfan had finished the previous ban in May this year, he has been convicted of not reporting to the global body about news of fixing in six matches between January 2012 and 2014. Hong Kong is an associate team. He currently does not get Test status.
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