Bangladesh’s T20I and Test commander, Shakib Al Hasan has been prohibited from all cricket by the International Cricket Council (ICC) for a long time with one year of that in suspension. It implies that he can resume playing on October 29th, 2020.
It merits referencing that the T20 World Cup is scheduled to begin from October nineteenth one year from now too. The cricketer was under scrutiny by the cricket’s administering body for not revealing methodologies by bookies, breaking the ICC Anti-Corruption Code.
BREAKING: Bangladesh Test and T20I chief Shakib Al Hasan get a two-year restriction from all cricket, with one year suspended, in the wake of tolerating three charges of rupturing the ICC Anti-Corruption Code.
The main all-rounder on the planet has acknowledged three charges of defilement and he is ‘very pitiful’ to have been suspended from playing the game. I am clearly very tragic to have been prohibited from the game I love, however, I totally acknowledge my approval for not revealing the methodologies.
As indicated by the data accessible, a bookie from India named Deepak Agarwal reached him on WhatsApp looking for inside data during the 2018 release of the Indian Premier League (IPL) and tri-country arrangement against Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe around the same time.