Shafiqullah Shafaq banned from all forms of cricket for six years: ACB

Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) has banned national team player Shafiqullah Shafaq from all forms of cricket for six years on charges of violation of the ACB Anti-Corruption Code.
The after ACB said Sunday in a statement that Shafaq has accepted four charges related to the breaching of the ACB Anti-Corruption Code.
The charges relate to the first edition of the Afghanistan Premier League T20 (APL T20) in 2018 and the 2019 edition of the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), the statement said.

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