Pakistan’s opening batsman Ahmed Shehzad has been charged with ball-tampering with an unidentifiable object during a match in Quaid-e-Azam Trophy. The incident took place during the first innings of Sindh against Central Punjab on Day 2 of the match. Field umpires noticed that the ball condition was altered during the initial overs of Sindh’s first-inning but they failed to identify how it happened.
According to the rules, Shehzad is charged with level one offense, under clause 2.14 of PCB’s code of conduct. Sources claim that Shehzad will be fined 50% of his match-fee and might face a possible ban.
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