Pakistan national cricket team’s batsman and Central Punjab skipper, Ahmad Shahzad has been charged for ball altering by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Thursday in the on going Quaid e Azam trophy. Ahmad has changed the state of the ball as per to non-identificational process.
According to the news, the incident occurred during first innings of Sindh against Central Punjab on the second day of game between two sides happening at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has uncovered that action against Ahmad will be taken on Friday for tampering the state of the ball he has done in Central Punjab’s match against Sindh in on going Quaid-e-Azam trophy.
Mohammad Asif and Zameer Haider who are the on field umpires, seek their eyes on the incident of ball altering during beginning overs of first innings of Sindh. Afterward, they were not able to identify that what in real has occurred with the ball. The ball was changed at a similar minute and the two sides were told about the matter.
As indicated by the guidelines of PCB’s set of principles, Ahmad has been accused of level one offense, under the proviso 2.14 of PCB’s set of code of conduct rules.
Match refree, Nadeem Arshad has approached Ahmad for the consultation and decision. Central Punjab’s captain is destined to present half of his match salary as a fine. However, a fitting decision against Ahmad Shahzad will be reported on Friday by the board.