Azam Khan, Shaheen Afridi fined for displaying dissent

Azam Khan (L) and Shaheen Shah Afridi (R) have been fined for breaching the PCB’s code of conduct. Images: NEWSONHY Tremendous.
  • Shaheen Afridi and Azam Khan slapped with fines amounting to 40% and 25% of their match-fees, respectively.
  • Each gamers have been discovered to have violated Article 2.8 of the PCB Code of Conduct (Degree 1).
  • Central Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa groups fined Rs40,000 and Rs25,000, respectively, for sustaining a gradual over-rate within the collection.

RAWALPINDI: Pakistan cricketers Azam Khan and Shaheen Afridi have been fined for displaying dissent and breaching the Pakistan Cricket Board’s code of conduct in the course of the ongoing Nationwide T20 collection.

In response to a press release issued by the PCB, in two separate incidents, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s Shaheen Shah Afridi and Southern Punjab’s Azam Khan have been slapped with fines amounting to 40% and 25% of their match-fees, respectively, for breaching the PCB Code of Conduct for Gamers and Gamers Assist Personnel.

The violation of the code of conduct happened in the course of the matches towards Southern Punjab and Balochistan, respectively.

Each gamers have been discovered to have violated Article 2.8 of the PCB Code of Conduct (Degree 1), which reads as: “Displaying dissent at an Umpire’s determination throughout a Match.”

Azam and Shaheen pleaded responsible to the costs. Azam accepted the sanction proposed by the on-field umpires Ghaffar Kazmi and Imran Jawed.

Shaheen additionally accepted the sanction proposed by the on-field umpires Ahmed Shahab and Imran Jawed.

The sanction was levelled by match referee Nadeem Arshad.

Babar Azam, Mohammad Rizwan’s groups fined for gradual over-rate

However, Central Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa groups have been fined Rs40,000 and Rs25,000, respectively, for sustaining a gradual over-rate within the collection, the PCB’s assertion mentioned.

Central Punjab have been three overs quick within the match towards Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Sunday on the Pindi Cricket Stadium, whereas Khyber Pakhtunkhwa have been two overs in need of their goal of their match towards Southern Punjab on Saturday.

Each groups have been charged beneath Article 2.22 of the PCB Code of Conduct for Gamers and Gamers Assist Personnel that offers with minimal over-rate offences.

Central Punjab captain Babar Azam pleaded responsible to the cost proposed by on-field umpires Ahmed Shahab and Aftab Gillani and accepted the sanction levelled by match referee Iqbal Sheikh.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa captain Mohammad Rizwan additionally pleaded responsible to the cost proposed by on-field umpires Ahmed Shahab and Imran Jawed and accepted the sanction levelled by match referee Iqbal Sheikh. 

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