Match fixing scandal in any game isn’t endured, particularly now in cricket with the way that the standards have been set up. So, a new story proposes that the International Cricket Council (ICC) restricted previous UAE captain Mohammad Naveed and opening batsman Shaiman Anwar on the 16th March. The boycott for the UAE players is for an all out time of a long time from all types of cricket.
The Anti-Corruption Tribunal of the ICC is very exacting lately. A great deal of enormous names have been prohibited as of late. So, the Tribunal saw both Naveed and Anwar as blameworthy. They had penetrated the Anti-Corruption Code back in January 2021 and the discipline was given to them.
The players got an eight-year boycott. The boycotts have really been predated to October 16, 2019. It was by then of time that they were charged and suspended briefly, till a choice was made. The team was charged for attempting to affect treachery in matches of the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019. The qualifiers for the competition were facilitated by UAE.
“Naveed and Anwar represented their adopted country, UAE at the highest level of cricket. They had long international careers. Both were well versed in the threat from match fixers. The fact that they chose to engage with this corrupt activity was a cynical betrayal of their positions, their teammates and all supporters of UAE cricket.” Said by Alex Marshall, ICC General Manager in a media interaction.
“I am pleased that the independent Tribunal imposed significant bans from all forms of cricket. This should actually serve as a warning to any cricketer who thinks about taking the wrong path at any point of time in his career.”
Indeed, the two UAE players were seen as blameworthy of breaking the ICC”s article 2.1.1 and 2.4.4. The two articles cover that the players enjoyed exercises identified with wagering and didn’t uncover the subtleties to the ICC.
The UAE players have gotten an eight-year boycott. Naveed is 33, while Anwar is 42. This would unquestionably mean the finish of their vocation, with these drawn out boycotts.