Afghanistan quick bowler Aftab Alam has been given a one-year suspension by the nation’s cricket board for a set of accepted rules infringement at the continuous World Cup in England and Wales.
The choice to suspend Alam from residential and worldwide cricket for one year came after an examination by the Afghanistan Cricket Board’s disciplinary council, following a choice taken at the board’s yearly broad gathering in Kabul a week ago, reports ESPNcricinfo.
Over the span of the World Cup, Alam was sent back home, and an official discharge referenced that it was done ‘in remarkable conditions’. Notwithstanding, it later developed that he was sent home after claims of genuine mischief with a female visitor at the group lodging in Southampton.
Alam made his keep going showing on June 22 in Afghanistan’s 11-run misfortune to India in Southampton, where the supposed episode of misconduct is said to have occurred.
The 26-year-old was at that point, in this manner, suspended for two matches by head mentor Phil Simmons for not being available at an ICC against defilement unit meeting on June 23. It later risen that Alam was in London with a relative and came back to the lodging just later in the day.
The right-arm pacer had three wickets to his name at the World Cup before he was called back home.