Pakistan’s ex-Test Captain Salman Butt who was banned over involvement in spot-fixing scandal along with two other teammates Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif back in 2010 has today resumed his domestic career along with the mate Asif, whereas Amir who was cleared for national and international cricket in April 2015 has left today for the New Zealand Tour.
Both the cricketers, Butt and Asif looked quite confident while talking to AFP before the match and further Butt also vowed to perform his best and get back to the Pakistan team.
Up the latest report, both Butt and Asif rejoined their domestic cricketing career after the ban of 5 years as they were today named for the National One Day Cup. According to the reliable sources, the left-handed opener batsman representing WAPDA scored 135 of 142 balls against FATA.
The trio Amir, Asif, and Amir were sent jail after they were convicted in spot-fixing scandal 2010 as they deliberately bowled ‘No-balls’ in return of the money they took from bookie Mazhar Majeed.
Here it should be kept mentioned that the ICC lifted sanctions on duo Butt and Asif in September last year and they were allowed to resume their cricketing careers.