ICC on Tuesday banned UAE’s Mohammed Naveed and Shaiman Anwar for eight-years from all cricket after being discovered responsible of corruption by an impartial anti-graft tribunal in January.
The bans are backdated to October 16, 2019, once they had been provisionally suspended for making an attempt to repair matches on the ICC Males’s T20 World Cup Qualifier 2019 within the UAE.
Former UAE captain Naveed was additionally discovered responsible of breaking two counts of the Emirates Cricket Board corruption code in relation to the T10 league.
“Naveed was the captain and main wicket taker. Anwar was the opening bat. Each had lengthy worldwide careers and had been properly versed within the risk from match fixers,” stated Alex Marshall, who heads up the Worldwide Cricket Council’s Integrity Unit, in a press release.
“That they each selected to have interaction with this corrupt exercise was a cynical betrayal of their positions, their teammates, and all supporters of UAE cricket.
“This could function a warning to any cricketer who considers taking the flawed path.”