A day ago, it was reported that an "important" member of Pakistan squad had been approached by an worldwide fixing syndicate, but the cricketer had foiled the spot-fixing bid and alerted the ACU officials.
According to Pakistan-based Geo News sources, the approach was made at a Dubai mall, just before Pakistan were due to play their 2nd ODI against the Lankan Lions on October 16. PTI also revealed that the team management reset curfew timings for the players after the incident. The man, however, made a spot-fixing bid to Sarfraz who turned it down on the spot and reported the approach to PCB's security officials staying with the team.
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Also, he was sentenced to 3 years imprisonment by a military court on charges of illegally entering Pakistan and "spying". She took the statement of Ansari and filed the petition in human rights cell of Supreme Court for his recovery.
"ICC rules don't allow us to name player (s) in such cases where approaches are reported but yes Sarfraz got an offer and he immediately reported the matter to the concerned officials, who have taken appropriate action". Matters are jointly in hand.
PCB chairman Najam Sethi said the approach was "immediately reported to the PCB", which informed the International Cricket Council (ICC).
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Pakistan Super League's second edition was rocked by spot fixing scandal after an alleged bookie, also known to the players from some years, orchestrated a deal with Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif - both playing for Islamabad United - to play two dot balls.
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