February 10: The second edition of Pakistan Super League was hit by corruption scandal as PCB has provisionally suspended two players, Khalid Latif and Sharjeel Khan, for being suspected to be linked to an international syndicate. The players were sent back to Pakistan following the suspension.
February 10: Statement made PCB chairman “I must remind all the players of their responsibilities in the fight against corruption,” he said. “They must understand that if they even think they may have been the subject of a suspicious approach, it is their obligation under the PCB Anti-Corruption Code to report it to the authorities.”
February 10: Sources told Samaa that there are five more PSL workers to keep under observation after Sharjeel and Khalid
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February 11: After Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif were sent home for an alleged involvement in spot-fixing during Pakistan Super League, three more cricketers – Mohammad Irfan (Islamabad United), left-arm spinner Zulfiqar Babar (Quetta Gladiators) and opening batsman Shazaib Hassan (Karachi Kings) - have been questioned by the Pakistan Cricket Board’s anti-corruption unit for PSL.
February 11: “I am saddened by what has happened but we shouldn’t be surprised because the PCB itself is to blame for not taking stringent steps and banning corrupt players for life,” Mohsin said.
February 12: Yousaf, a Pakistani living in United Kingdom identified as alleged culprit behind spot fixing in PSL
February 12: Sharjeel Khan’s father assures his son is innocent
February 13: Zulfiqar Babar and Shazaib Hassan were cleared from their allegations.
February 13: The National Assembly Standing Committee on Inter Provincial Coordination (IPC) Monday asked Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to share its inquiry report on Pakistan Super League (PSL) spot-fixing scandal with the committee when it was completed.
February 13: Khalid Latif made a statement which stated “As God is my witness, I have never done anything wrong,” he said, before leaving in his car.
February 14: Najam Sethi, who heads the PSL and is chairman of the PCB’s executive committee, said the ACU had collected enough material against the two but waited till the players played the first match.
February 14: two men arrested were cricketer Nasir Jamshed and Yousuf, reportedly a bookie who approached players to indulge in corrupt practices in the PSL.
February 15: “If they confessed there’s no need to form a tribunal, but we will hand them maximum punishment so that nobody could do this thing in future,” PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan told reporters.
February 15: Nasir Jamshed and yousuf arrested and released on bail
February 16: PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan said the two had been called by the ACU chief Colonel Azam to hear their version of the story.
February 16: “They are being heard out and if they want more time they will be given 10 to 15 days to come up their explanation,” Shahar said.
February 16: Following the spot-fixing scandal that hit Pakistan Super League (PSL), the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has cancelled the round table conference with cricketers scheduled for March 2017.
February 16: Reports claimed that Sharjeel and Latif were approached by Yousuf, who belonged to a betting syndicate, and the meeting was set up by Jamshed