Pakistani Leg Spinner Yasir Shah May Be Face Two Years Ban
Lahore: Young Pakistani leg spinner Yasir Shah gave positive dope test in front of medical team appointed by international cricket council in result of that he may face two years suspension from all cricket grounds.
According to a news report, ICC took the medical clearance of all cricket players in which Pakistani famous leg spinner Yasir Shah presented positive dope test in front of medical unit and might be he will face two years long ban from international cricket council.
Yasir Shah was born on 2 May 1986 in Swabi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and started playing cricket in small age as right arm leg break bowler. He made his fantastic test cricket debut on 22 October 2014 and presented very good progress in first test match at United Arab Emirates.
In 2015, Pakistani cricket team long toured to Sri Lanka in which played three test match series, five one day internationals and three two twenty matches. Yasir Shah played very well in test series and won the prize of Man of the series for first time in his career.
Leg spinner also had the record of fastest 50 wickets taker in test cricket history for Pakistan. The original report of player’s dope test received by national board. According to that report may be Pakistani leg spinner faced two years forbid imposed by ICC.
International cricket council also stopped playing any format of cricket to leg spinner Yasir Shah because he presented the positive dope test report in front of medical panel but till now, any news about the suspension was not issue by ICC.
Another Pakistani fast bowler Junaid Khan has relation of first cousin along with Yasir Shah but now all green shirts camp is waiting for the actual results.