Central Punjab acting captain Ahmed Shehzad was charged in the Bal-Tempering case in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, where he is expected to be sentenced.
During the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy in Faisalabad, ball-tampering took place in the match of Sindh and Central Punjab, though the ball-tampering player could not be identified.
Captain Ahmed Shahzad was charged under non-identification law for not identifying a ball-tampering player.
Sources say that field umpires Zameer Haider and Mohammad Asif inspected the ball situation during the 16th to 20th overs in the first innings of Sindh and noticed changes.
Unbeknownst to the tampering player, fielding team captain Ahmed Shahzad was summoned by the umpires, but he also expressed his ignorance of the matter.
Later, the matter was brought before the match referee, after which Ahmed Shahzad was charged with being the captain of the team that committed the crime.
Match referee Nadeem Arshad summoned Ahmed Shehzad and found him violating the PCB code of conduct where he violated Level 1 under existing rules.
According to spokesman PCB Ahmed Shahzad will be sentenced today and could potentially be fined 50% of the match fee.
It should be noted that Ahmed Shehzad has been given the leadership of the team as captain of Central Punjab, Babar Azam visits Australia.