Central Punjab captain and Pakistan national team’s batsman, Ahmad Shahzad has been charged for ball tampering by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Thursday. Ahmad has changed the condition of the ball as per non-identificational process.
According to the sources, the incident took place during first innings of Sindh against Central Punjab on the second day of game between two sides being played at Iqbal Stadium, Faisalabad.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has revealed that decision against Ahmad will be taken tomorrow for the altering the condition of the ball he has done in Central Punjab’s match against Sindh in on going Quaid-e-Azam trophy.
On field umpires, Mohammad Asif and Zameer Haider seek an eye on the incident of ball tampering during starting overs of first innings. Later, they were unable to decide that what in actual has happened with the ball. The ball was changed at the very same moment and both sides were informed about the incident.
According to the rules of PCB’s code of conduct, Ahmad has been charged with level one offence, under the clause 2.14 of PCB’s code of conduct.
Match refree, Nadeem Arshad has asked Ahmad for the hearing and decision. Central Punjab’s skipper is most likely to present 50% of his match fees as a fine. However, an appropriate decision will be announced on Friday by the board.