Pakistan batsman Ahmed Shehzad, who was as of late tried positive for a medication test, has chosen not to request against the moron test result, detailed Dawn.com.
The conclusion was drawn after the 26-year-old did not ask for the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to test the example ‘B’ while the due date for the same lapsed on June 19.
By not testing the report, the Pakistani player has expanded his odds of getting lighter discipline at the end of the day, a similar will rely upon how unequivocally he introduces his case.
The right-hand batsman should introduce his safeguard for the situation by July 27 and after that the PCB will choose the discipline as per the guidelines of World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
Shehzad had fizzled a medication test which was led amid a local cricket coordinate in Faisalabad. Along these lines, the national cricket board had chosen to document a charge sheet against the Pakistani opener.
Shehzad, who played his most recent multi day worldwide (ODI) in October 2017 against Sri Lanka, has made 2605 keeps running with a normal of 32.56 out of 81 ODIs that he has played up until now.