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Shakib Al Hasan has been banned for 2 years, with 1 year suspended

  • 29 Oct 2019 20:47:22

Bangladesh Test and T20I chief Shakib Al Hasan has been prohibited from all cricket for a long time (one year suspended) by the International Cricket Council (ICC), after he "acknowledged three charges of breaking the ICC Anti-Corruption Code". The ICC, in its nitty gritty report, said that the Bangladesh cricketer conceded different disappointments to report degenerate methodologies made to him. Under the arrangements of the code, Shakib Al Hasan admitted to the charges and concurred on the assent with the ICC in lieu of an Anti-Corruption Tribunal hearing, the announcement said. "I am clearly very tragic to have been restricted from the game I love, however I totally acknowledge my approval for not announcing the methodologies. The ICC ACU is dependent on players to have a focal impact in the battle against defilement and I didn't perform my responsibility in this case," Shakib was cited as saying in an ICC discharge.

"Like most of players and fans far and wide, I need cricket to be a defilement free game and I am anticipating working with the ICC ACU group to help their instruction program and guarantee youthful players don't commit a similar error I did," included the Bangladesh all-rounder.

As per the ICC, Shakib neglected to report degenerate methodologies during the Bangladesh's tri-arrangement with Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe in January 2018 just as the Indian Premier League (IPL) soon thereafter.

He likewise neglected to report a subsequent methodology in regard to the tri-arrangement and neglected to uncover to the ACU full subtleties of any "methodologies or solicitations he got to participate in Corrupt Conduct - in connection to an IPL 2018 match between SunRisers Hyderabad v Kings XI Punjab on 26 April 2018".

Shakib had as of late driven a players' strike which pursues expanding analysis from players that the Bangladesh Cricket Board was not sharing its riches.

The players canceled the strike late on October 23 and began preparing on October 25 for one month from now's India visit as the BCB acknowledged a large portion of their requests.