DUBAI – Pakistan Super League (PSL) fixing scandal took step ahead as alleged fixer identity has been revealed, pakistantribe.com reported.
According to PakistanTribe sport desk, Yousaf, a Pakistani living in United Kingdom identified as alleged culprit behind spot fixing in PSL.
According to media reported, Islamabad United’s (IQ) two players Sharjeel khan and Khalid Latif met him before the beginning of Pakistan Super League (PSL) in Dubai.
Some reports claim that the suspected man Yousaf, an important part of the match fixing gang has moved back to UK from Dubai but this development has not been confirmed.
Cricket authorities in Pakistan seem more committed to reach to the depth of this cricket scandal so as to bring the real culprit on the forefront and bring transparency in the realms of cricket in Pakistan.
Media reports claim that this alleged individual met Sharjeel and Latif a day before the commencement of PSL in Dubai.
The PCB has already termed Yousaf as suspicious and despite that the players met him.
Meanwhile, it has also been noted that a charge sheet is likely to be given to the suspended batsmen of PSL within next 3 days.
Another report claims more than one individual is involved in the match fixing syndicate amidst the ongoing cricket competition including foreigners.
The issue reveals a former cricketer is also found to have played his role in meeting and making a match fixing deal with the suspended cricket players.
Another players, Muhammad Irfan and Zulfiaqr Babar got clearance from Pakistani cricket officials, while Shahzeb Hasan informed PCB officials about fixing gang and is also out of suspected players list.