Karachi: Former Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed has been fined 35 percent of the match fee for using ‘inappropriate language’ during the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy match.
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The wicket-keeper batsman, who captained Sindh First XI in this domestic tournament of Pakistan, admitted on Saturday for using inappropriate language during the match.
According to the media release released by Pakistan Cricket Board here, “Sarfaraz repeatedly made inappropriate remarks against the umpire’s decision during the day’s game”.
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According to the release, on-field umpires complained against the 33-year-old player after which he was fined 35 percent of the match fees.
In another case, Central Punjab team batsman Usman Salahuddin has been found guilty of Level One offense during a match against Balochistan. His behavior is considered against the spirit of the game
On Saturday, during the ABW appeal, Usman was seen constantly pointing to his bat, which was said to be a misleading move. Usman has also admitted his mistake.