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The International Cricket Council (ICC) has banned two UAE players

 The International Cricket Council (ICC) has banned two UAE players for eight years

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The International Cricket Council banned two players for 8 years


Dubai: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has banned two UAE cricketers for eight years for match-fixing.

The ICC has suspended two UAE cricketers, Mohammad Naveed and Shaman Anwar, for eight years for violating the ICC's anti-corruption code in the T20 World Cup qualifying round, according to details. Was found

Cricketers Naveed and Shaman Anwar were suspended in October 2019 for questionable activities.

Muhammad Naveed and Shaman Anwar represented the UAE, said Alex Marshall, general manager of the ICC Anti-Corruption Unit.

A statement from the ICC's Anti-Corruption Unit said: "Regarding the UAE's matches against Oman and Ireland, captain Mohammad Naveed said he would not score in his bowling over. Anwar will score fewer runs in the fourth and fifth overs.

The Anti-Corruption Unit said that a conversation between the witness and the player Muhammad Naveed on WhatsApp revealed that match-fixing in these matches was going on for thousands of dollars.


Two UAE players have been banned by the ICC for eight years

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