Fixing confusion in Pakistan cricket.. PCB banned for 2 years.. Who is it? | Pakistan spinner asif afridi banned for two years for match fixing February 7, 2023 by Sunil Tiwari Venkata Chari | Updated on: Feb 07, 2023 | 7:34 PM Match Fixing In Pakistan Cricket: Pakistani players getting involved in match fixing is not a new thing. There is no doubt that Pakistan’s history is full of tainted players. Feb 07, 2023 | 7:34 PM Pakistani players getting involved in match fixing is not a new thing. There is no doubt that Pakistan’s history is full of tainted players. Now another senior Pakistani player has been banned for two years for match-fixing. Left arm spinner Asif Afridi has been banned by the PCB for two years. The match-fixing player has now been banned from cricket till September 12, 2024. PCB has banned Asif Afridi from domestic cricket, PSL and international cricket for the next two years. Asif Afridi participated in the Kashmir Premier League. While playing for the Rawalkot Hawks team there, this player was found guilty of match-fixing. Asif Afridi is one of the left arm bowlers of Pakistan. This player took 118 wickets in 35 first class matches. He took 59 wickets in List A. Afridi took 63 wickets in T20s. Asif Afridi also fell Babar Azam’s wicket. Asif Afridi played for Multan Sultans in PSL. In domestic cricket, Asif plays for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.