Mohammad Ashraful has been suspended from all forms of cricket by Bangladesh Cricket Board after he confessed his involvements in match fixing.
As the news of match fixing has been started from Indian Premire League (IPL), Former Bangladesh captain Ashraful’s confession has brought another disgusting chapter to the spot-fixing epic.
“As Ashraful has confessed his involvement in fixing to the ACSU team, so he should not be allowed to play any level of cricket until we get a full report of the investigation,” Bangladesh Cricket Board president Nazmul Hassan told press.
Ashraful was found involved in match fixing during match between Dhaka Gladiators and Chittagong Kings in the Bangladesh premiere League on February 2 and also against Barisal Burners in February 12.
28-years-old Ashraful became the youngest Bangladeshi player to score a test century in 2001 at the age of 17. Ashraful had also captained Bangladesh between 2007 and 2009.
He played in 61 Test matches and made 2737 runs for an average of 24. He scored six centuries in test from 2001 to 2013. Ashraful has made 3468 runs in 177 matches at an average of 22.23 in ODIs.