The Myanmar Times - - Sport -

In­dian Cricket League and has been blighted by match-fix­ing scan­dals, prompt­ing au­thor­i­ties to sus­pend the meet for two years.

Seven fran­chises are play­ing in the cur­rent edi­tion, which in­cludes such ma­jor names as Pak­istan’s Shahid Afridi, West Indies’ Chris Gayle and Sri Lanka’s Ku­mar San­gakkara.

The fines are the high­est ever im­posed on a Bangladeshi player on dis­ci­plinary grounds.

Al-Amin’s amounts to 50 per­cent of his BPL con­tract money for play­ing for the Barisal Bulls while Sab­bir’s is equal to 30 per­cent of his pay from the Ra­jshahi Kings.

The BCB also fined Sab­bir and Afghan crick­eter Mo­ham­mad Shahzad 15 per­cent of their match fees over an on­field bust-up.

Shahzad, who was also banned for two matches, nudged Sab­bir with the bat when the Bangladeshi player cel­e­brated his dis­missal dur­ing a match on Novem­ber 28. –

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