Khalid Latif, Pakistan’s right-handed opener, has written to the Pakistan Cricket Board to apologies for his involvement in spot-fixing during the second season of the Pakistan Super League. He has asked the PCB for permission to play competitive cricket again.
Khalid Latif, who played for Islamabad United, was found guilty of spot-fixing during PSL 2 and faces a longer ban from cricket for violating the sport’s anti-corruption policy.
According to reports, Khalid, whose five-year probation ended in February last year, has now written an apology letter to the cricket board, allowing him to begin his rehabilitation.
According to reports, the right-hander will begin rehabilitation next week under strict restrictions, with his comeback to competitive cricket likely expected around October or November of this year.
The anti-corruption branch of the cricket board will monitor the cricketer’s rehabilitation, which will involve charitable work and children’s lectures.
Sharjeel Khan, on the other hand, has already returned to competitive cricket after violating his probation and completing rehabilitation.
Sharjeel Khan played for Karachi Kings in the PSL 7, but had a poor performance. He scored 231 runs in 10 innings, including two half-centuries, although his team only won two of ten games.
Khalif Latif has scored 237 runs at an average of 21.5 in 13 T20 international matches for Pakistan, including one half-century.