UAE’s Naveed and Shaiman found guilty in corruption probe
Naveed has also been found guilty of attempting to fix a match during the 2019 T10 League, the ICC said
South Africa's Hashim Amla is hit by a full toss from the United Arab Emirates' Mohammad Naveed during their Cricket World Cup match in Wellington, March 12, 2015. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
By Staff Writer, Khaleej Times
The UAE players Mohammad Naveed and Shaiman Anwar Butt have been found guilty of two offences, each under the ICC Anti-Corruption Code, following a hearing by an independent Anti-Corruption Tribunal, a statement from the game’s governing body said.
Naveed and Shaiman, who were charged under the ICC Anti-Corruption Code for attempting to corrupt matches in the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019, have been found guilty on all charges after they exercised their right to a hearing before a tribunal.
The pair remain suspended and sanctions will follow in due course.
Naveed has also been found guilty of attempting to fix a match during the 2019 T10 League, the ICC said.
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