Jamshed pleads guilty to bribery at PSL fixtures
London, UK - Nasir Jamshed, the former Pakistan batsman, will be sentenced in February after pleading guilty to a conspiracy to bribe fellow cricketers in the Pakistan Super League (PSL).
Jamshed, 33, was given a ten-year ban by the PCB in August 2018, and is standing trial at Manchester Crown Court following his arrest in
February 2017 alongside two UK nationals, Yousef Anwar, 36, and Mohammed Ijaz, 34.
On the opening day of the trial, Jamshed chose to change his plea, having originally entered a not-guilty plea at a pre-trial hearing last week, after his two co-defendants admitted offering financial inducements to PSL players with a view to them under-performing during matches in the tournament.