Sad news in the cricket world, Pakistan's Umar Akmal may be banned for a lifetime. This is very sad news for Pakistan and their fans, let's know the full detail.
Pakistan's batting batsman Omar Akmal was badly caught in the anti-corruption case and this could result in a lifetime ban. Even before this, he was banned for three months from arguing with coach Miki Author in 2017, this time to an extent and has been badly caught in the anti-corruption case.
Pakistan's Super League started on 20 February and the first match was to be between Quetta Gladiators and Islamabad United, Omar Akmal was part of the Quetta Gladiators team, and was convicted in anti-corruption and two separate cases during the BCCI investigation, Due to the BCCI banning Pakistan Super League from playing, Omar Akmal failed to disclose to the PCB security department in the anti-corruption case. After this, the charge sheet was issued on 17 March and the last date to reply to them is till 31 March, if they fail in this, they can be banned for lifetime.
Career of Umar Akmal-
Umar Akmal played his international debut Test match on 24 November 2009 against New Zealand, last Test match against Zimbabwe on 1 September 2011. The ODI debut was played against Sri Lanka on 1 August 2009, the last ODI match against Australia on 31 March 2019 and the T20I debut match against Sri Lanka on 12 August 2009, the last T20I match against Sri Lanka on 7 October 2019. During this time he played 16 Test matches, 121 ODI matches and 84 T20I matches, scoring 1003 Test match runs, 3194 ODI match runs and 1690 T20I match runs, Includes 1 Test century, 2 ODI centuries, 6 test half-centuries, 20 ODI half-century, and 8 T20I half-centuries.