PCB Backs Misbah despite failure in PSL 202023 March 2020 / SkyBook365 Cricket Editors Team
Islamabad crashed out without reaching the knockout stages for the 1st time.
Former Afghanistan skipper Gulbadin Naib has threatened to ‘expose’ the Afganistan cricket board officials saying that the cricketer will publicly name and shame the government, players management if appropriate actions aren’t taken. "The main reason why I went public is not because I have personal grudge against the player or the board. I am going to reveal every person's identity involved in corruption and other misconducts and betrayals against our national cricket and its people," Naib tweeted. "I know most of you may ask why have I not spoken publicly against these ‘mafia circle’ before. I have been sidelined and promised, by the authorities and other stakeholders that they will sort the mess in the cricket team and promised immediate changes & banning of this circle," he added. In a series of tweets on Wednesday Naib also threatened to expose the cricketers who had deliberately underperformed during ICC Cricket World Cup under his captaincy.
No cricketer is in Bengaluru police custody pertaining to the Karnataka Premier League (KPL) betting scandal, following the release of C.M. Gautham and Abrar Kazi on Wednesday, a police officer said on Thursday. The order was received by Judge KN Phaneendra of Karnataka HC. Both cricketers were arrested in November by the Bengaluru City Police Central Crime Branch for allegedly participating in the betting and match scandal. HC awarded preliminary bail to owner Ballari Tuskers, Arvind Reddy. Reddy was also asked not to leave the country without court approval. Haryana-based bookie Sayyam, who was arrested in connection with an old KPL betting case was also petitioned the Karnataka High Court for bail. Former Karnataka Ranji Trophy team batsman and Karnataka State Cricket Association (KSCA) managing committee member Sudhendra Shinde, who was arrested for aiding and abetting KPL betting scam, the local T20 tournament approved by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) also received bail on Monday.
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