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Muhammad Irfan cleared of match-fixing charges

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LAHORE (Web Desk) – Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has cleared left-arm pacer Muhammad Irfan of match-fixing charges today (Saturday).

According to detail Earlier today, Chairman of Pakistan Super League (PSL) Najam Sethi confirmed that anti-corruption unit of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has questioned left-arm cricket player Muhammad Irfan in connection with his alleged involvement in fixing scandal however he does not face any immediate suspension.

In a message posted on social media channel Twitter, Chairman of Pakistan Super League (PSL) Najam Sethi revealed that other players including Shahzeb Hassan and Zulfiqar Babar were also questioned but they will continue to play the PSL.

PSL Chairman Najam Sethi further announced that PCB’s anti-corruption unit will continue to protect Pakistan Super League (PSL) from the menace of corruption.

The statement comes a day after Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif, who were Irfan’s teammates at the Islamabad United, were provisionally suspended and sent back home for investigation by the Pakistan Cricket Board.

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