Raza Hassan banned for two years

Raza Hasan played for Pakistan in the World cup T20 in 2012

Raza Hasan, the Pakistan left-arm spinner, has been deferred from playing slightly type of cricket for a long time, having tried positive for a precluded substance.

The Pakistan Cricket Board had directed dope tests amid the Pentangular one-day glass 2015 in Karachi. The specimen gathered from Hasan was along these lines investigated at a World Anti-Doping Agency licensed lab. The outcomes were handed-off to the PCB, who banned Hasan on the evidence of their hostile to doping principles.

"During the time of ineligibility, he won't be qualified for partake in any way, in any cricket match or action (other than approved hostile to doping training or recovery projects) approved or sorted out by the PCB," a PCB liberation said

The PCB had advised Hasan of their sightings on March 24, and he did have the chance to mandate a hearing confidential of 14 days, yet did not do as such.

The 22-year old Hasan has played 10 Twenty20 matches for Pakistan, having made his overview in September 2012. He went ahead to take an interest in the World T20 later in the month, where he appropriated 3 wickets in 4 matches at an economy of 4.93.

His ODI experience is restricted to one and only match, and he last played universal cricket in December 2014 against New Zealand.

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