Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has affirmed that right-hand batsman Ahmed Shehzad fizzled a medication test which was led amid a household competition in April.
Affirming the give an account of its official Twitter handle, the board in this way chose to record a charge sheet against the Pakistani opener.
Independent Review Board Report on doping case has been received by PCB. Cricketer Ahmad Shahzad has tested positive for a banned substance. PCB will issue charge sheet today.
— PCB Official (@TheRealPCB) July 10, 2018
Prior, on June 20, PCB had tweeted that a player has been tried positive for a denied substance yet the name of the player was not uncovered.
The medication test result was postponed in light of the fact that the board needed to be totally certain as Shehzad is a senior individual from the group, the Express Tribune detailed.
Shehzad, who played his most recent multi day universal (ODI) in October 2017 against Sri Lanka, has made 2605 keeps running with a normal of 32.56 of every 81 ODIs that he has played up until this point.