Spot fixing: Nasir Jamshed and accomplices sentenced to jail by London court

Former Pakistani left handed opening batsman Nasir Jamshed has pleaded guilty to bribing Pakistani cricketers in the second edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL).


The 33-year-old Nasir denied being involved in a plan focused on the Pakistan Super League, finally accepted charges before the court in the first week of December last year in Manchester, northwest England, after his fellow accused cricketers Yousaf Anwar and Muhammad Ejaz confessed to have offered financial benefits to some PSL players for underperforming. Last year Nasir Jamshed by an independent anti-corruption tribunal for 10 years over his involvement in spot-fixing in 2018. In February 2020, he was jailed for seventeen months after pleading guilty.

Jamshed was said to be the target of bribery in Bangladesh before turning perpetrator as a go-between urging other players to spot-fix in a PSL match between Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalmi in Dubai on February 9.


Nasir Jamshed, who last played for Pakistan in 2015, played 48 ODIs, 18 T20Is and 2 Tests for Pakistan