LAHORE – Khalid Latif, who had been suspended on the charges of spot-fixing in second edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL), has offered Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to help in tracing the network of fixers.
Local media reported that Latif claiming repentance for match-fixing expressed his desire of assisting the PCB to catch the network involved in such crimes. He made this offer to PCB on February 9. However, the PCB has refused his offer.
The PCB had provisionally suspended Islamabad United players Sharjeel Khan and Khalid Latif for their alleged involvement in spot-fixing in the ongoing second edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2017 in Dubai. It also suspended Nasir Jamshed.
Earlier, PCB had stated that Mohammad Irfan was still under investigation following the charges of spot-fixing in PSL, while no show cause notice has been issued so far.