Web Desk (24 News) — Test cricketer Sharjeel Khan has admitted involvement in spot-fixing scandal on Tuesday in front of a tribunal. He admitted taking money from bookies in exchange for under-performing, reports 24 News HD.
According to details, Sharjeel Khan has admitted to committing 4 out of 6 crimes he was accused of. He admitted being contacted by a bookie, finalizing deal with bookie and negligence to reporting the matter to relevant authorities. He, however, has denied charge of acting on the deal made between him and bookie.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has presented evidence of dealing and implementation of deals with bookies before the tribunal. A ban of 2 to 5 years is expected from the PCB, it is learnt.