Web Desk: In a latest development of Pakistan Super League (PSL) match fixing scandal it has been revealed that Islamabad United’s Sharjeel Khan was offered Rs 2 million for stopping two balls and he has done it during first match of the tournament, reported 24 News.
Furthermore, national cricketer and left hand batsman Nasir Jamshed is also allegedly involved in the scandal. The sources claimed that Jamshed asked Sharjeel and Latif to meet with the Bookies. “Latif asked him why should he meet upon which Jamshed repeatedly requested him for the meeting,” sources said.
The Security In-charge of PCB caught both players during their meeting with fixers.
The central contracts of Muhammad Irfan, Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif have been suspended by PCB as all three sent back to Pakistan.
Earlier, PCB chairman told media at Karachi airport that the board has strong evidences against the suspended players.
The board has widened the investigation circle of this scandal as three to four more players are allegedly involve in this whole issue.
This new match and spot fixing scandal has hit the PSL hard as the second edition of the tournament has started two just one day ago. PCB and PSL heads have vowed to deal with suspects with iron hands.