Pakistan’s batsmen Umar Akmal is ban for one-match in the next Twenty 20 match, punished for violating the dress code in a domestic match earlier this week. “Pakistan Cricket Board has educated us that Umar has been banned on abusing clothing standard amid the last of the Quaid-e-Azam trophy and won’t be playing Friday’s Twenty20 in Auckland,” Alam told AFP.
Cricket team administrator Intikhab Alam said Umar would not be available only for the first of three Twenty20 matches in Auckland on January 15.
The 23-year-old, playing for the Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited, was found to have submitted a level one offense by brandishing two logos rather than the permitted one on his unit. PCB match official Anwar Khan cautioned Umar however he didn’t uproot the additional logo after which Khan slapped him with a one-match boycott.
“According to the PCB rules the boycott applies to the following first amusement, whether it’s a national level diversion or universal one, so Umar won’t be played in the first match,” said Alam. He was likewise cautioned in two before matches in the Trophy.
Umar is a piece of the Twenty20 squad just and will fly back after the third match on January 22. He was not chose for the three-match one-day arrangement against New Zealand which takes after the Twenty20s. Umar was at first dropped from the squad chose for the three-match Twenty20 side against England in November in the last year only for supposedly getting out of hand with ladies at a move party for win the match.
Be that as it may he was later incorporated into the squad in the wake of getting leeway from the police. The gifted batsman’s vocation has been checkered with order issues. He was dropped from the one-day side after the 2015 World Cup on mentor Waqar Younis’ report.