Umar, Junaid fined
LAHORE: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has imposed a fine of 50-percent of the match fee, on Umar Akmal and Junaid Khan for their misconduct at Pakistan Cup 2017 held last month in Rawalpindi.
A spokesman for the PCB said the Board has also warned both the players that they will be under observation for a month starting from May 18 and re-occurrence of breach of discipline will lead to one month suspension.
It may be noted that taking notice of verbal row between Umar and Junaid over a minor issue, Pakistan Cricket Board had formed a three-member inquiry committee, headed by the Board’s General Manager Domestic Cricket Operations Shafiq Ahmed Papa, to probe the matter. The PCB had taken action in the light of the report of inquiry committee.
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