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2 UAE players banned by ICC after found guilty of match-fixing

The ICC has ban two UAE players for 8 long years after they were found guilty of match-fixing of T20 World cup. Qualifying round matches in their country.

The cricketers Amir Hayat, a medium pacer and Ashfaq Ahmed, a batsman were allege to have collude with an Indian bookie known as “Y” for fixing the matches and had taken from him 15000 AED ( USD 4083). 2 UAE players banned by ICC after found guilty of match-fixing.

2 UAE players banned by ICC after found guilty of match-fixing
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As per the anti-corruption code of ICC, the 2 cricketers have been charge on five counts. That included appropriately trying to influence the outcome of a match. Failure to disclose corrupt approach and accepting gifts more than USD 750.

Both players had attended four and three anti-corruption education session respectively organised by the ICC .

Both the Pakistan born cricketers of UAE were charge by the Anti-corruption cell of ICC wat back on 13 September 2020. Hence the bans are backdate from that date.

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Corruptions continue to hit world cricket even after the ICC had put stringent rules in place along with strict punishments .

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