Former Pakistan batsman – Salman Butt has revealed his unhappiness over his treatment by the Pakistan Cricket Board, who have not selected the batsman since he served his ban for spot-fixing. The left-handed opener has not featured for the Pakistan senior cricket team since 2010. Since serving a ban for sport-fixing that ended in September 2015, former Pakistan batsman Salman Butt has not been called up to represent the national team despite his decent performances in domestic cricket. Butt, who was appointed captain of the Pakistan Test team after Shahid Afridi’s retirement in 2010, faced a 10-year ban from cricket after having been found guilty of spot-fixing allegations. He was convicted and jailed for 30 months for conspiracy charges relating to the spot-fixing, along with fellow cricketers Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif.
SB disappointed after continued selection snub by PCB
News by: Public News
Published on: September 3, 2018