Cricketer Ahmed Shehzad tests positive for doping

KARACHI: Pakistani opener Ahmed Shehzad tested positive for doping on Wednesday, NewsOne reported.


According to details, Shehzad’s test was taken during a recent domestic cricket tournament.

Shehzad can face a ban of at least three months from international cricket for violating the anti-doping laws.

However under ICC rules PCB cannot name the player or charge him until the  chemical report is confirmed by the Anti-Doping Agency.


It has also learnt that Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to not consider Shehzad for upcoming series against Zimbabwe.

In 2015, Pakistan legspinner Yasir Shah faced three-month suspension by the ICC after he pleaded guilty to breaching the ICC’s Anti-Doping Code that relates to the presence of a banned substance in a player’s sample.


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