The owner of the team stepped into the T20 in the Afghanistan League, corruption was’ banned


The 40-year-old owner of the event, in an extraordinary series of events, performed an unforgettable performance for his team in a match on Saturday, a team from Afghanistan Shpageeza Cricket League. However, a day after the corruption, the Afghanistan Cricket Board stopped him from the rest of the tournament.

The owner of the team stepped into the T20 in the Afghanistan League, corruption was’ banned


Abdul Latif Ayoubi, a 40-year-old owner of the Kabul Eagles, made the playing XI for his team in the September 13 match against the Spanish Home Tigers.

While bowling 'medium fast', Aubrey bowled just one over, scoring 162 runs in 20 overs for the Tigers with a total score of 142-8. In pursuit of the target, the Eagles won the match in 17.5 overs to advance to the final on Wednesday.

Oberoi's first team ended in a win for their team, but was banned’ from participating in the "rest" of the tournament after violating "Articles 9 and 18" of the ACB's disciplinary code of conduct. "Abuse of staff or players, use of abusive language and damage to property."


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