The Afghanistan wicketkeeper batsman was the subject of a corrupt approach during the ongoing Asia Cup in the UAE
- Mohammad Shahzad approached to underperform in Afghan T20 League
- Hasan Ali, Rashid Khan, Asghar Afghan fined for separate incidents
- Shaheen Afridi suffers as Pakistan spill five chances
- Atif Mashal resigns as Afghanistan Cricket Board chairman
The players also received one demerit point each for breaching Level 1 of the ICC Code of Conduct
As impressive as Afghanistan had been in the Asia Cup, they are out of the tournament having failed in their first chase, which was their second straight loss in the Super Fours
Pakistan's 18-year old debutant Shaheen Afridi was involved in all the lapses. He was the unlucky bowler three times, but he also dropped two himself
Afghanistan fought valiantly until the very end, but could not dislodge Pakistan's most experienced batsman
Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Mohammad Nabi and Rashid Khan have economy rates of less than 3.50 in the Asia Cup so far
On his 20th birthday, the legspinner struck a 32-ball 57 to breathe life into a stuttering Afghanistan innings, and then took two wickets and effected a run out, becoming Afghanistan's leading wicket-taker along the way
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