Shpageeza Cricket League 2020: Team owner makes his T20 debut; gets banned after playing one match

The 40-year-old medium-pacer for the very first time featured within the enjoying XI of his personal crew and bowled one over through which he gave away 16 runs.

Abdul Latif Ayobi
Abdul Latif Ayoubi. (Picture Supply: Fb)

The Afghanistan Cricket Board is at present internet hosting the 2020 version of its home T20 match, Shpageeza Cricket League 2020. The occasion was scheduled to start from September 13 however was rescheduled to keep away from a conflict with the 13th version of the Indian Premier League, which is able to get underway from September 19 within the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Shpageeza Cricket League commenced from September 6 and can run until September 16 in Kabul.

The match options six groups specifically Mis Ainak Knights, Band-e-Amir Dragons, Amo Sharks, Speen Ghar Tigers, Kabul Eagles, and Enhance Defenders preventing for the title. The 15 league matches will probably be adopted by the playoffs comprising two qualifiers and an eliminator. The ultimate of the league will probably be performed on September 16 (Wednesday).

The Kabul Eagles have been up in opposition to the defending champions Mis Ainak Knights within the first qualifier of the Shpageeza league at Kabul Worldwide Cricket Stadium on September 14. The table-toppers Kabul have gained 4 video games within the league stage to complete with eight factors whereas Knights gained three video games within the season to complete on the second place on the factors desk.

Abdul Kabul Ayoubi creates a novel file

Whereas the Kabul Eagles have been up in opposition to the Knights within the first semi-final of the Shpageeza Cricket League, the viewers witnessed a novel state of affairs because the crew proprietor of the Eagles made his debut within the sport. The 40-year-old medium-pacer for the very first time featured within the enjoying XI of his personal crew and bowled one over through which he gave away 16 runs.

Ayoubi was already below scrutiny for making an unlawful debut like this on the cricket discipline however now he has been banned from attending the Shpageeza match for misbehaving with the employees in the one match he has performed up to now. Stories counsel that the pacer was concerned in a violent spat with a commentator which resulted within the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) banning him after enjoying only one match.

Confirming the information, ACB tweeted, “@TheKabulEagles franchise proprietor Ab.Latif Ayobi is banned from attending the rest of #Etisalat4GSCL2020 & fined 30000 AFNs for violation of Articles 9 &18 of the ACB Disciplinary Code which offers with misbehavior with Workers or gamers, utilizing foul language & damaging property.”

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