Fast bowler Naseem Shah was docked 10% of his match prize during a Pakistan Super League (PSL) game between the Quetta Gladiators and Multan Sultans for using the improper helmet. Since Naseem was photographed wearing the Comilla Victorians helmet—the side he also represents in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), which he now plays for—he was punished for breaking the PCB Code of Conduct. The Sultans’ Ihsanullah, a quick bowler, terminated Naseem’s brief stay at the crease with a five-wicket haul, which put an end to the Gladiators’ humiliating defeat.
Gladiators, the first team to bat, could only get 110 points as a result of Ihsanullah’s exceptional bowling once again. Riley Rossouw’s (50 off 33 balls) reaction made it simple for his side to score.
Naseem Shah was earlier designated as the Goodwill Ambassador for the Balochistan Police. He received the DSP rank during a ceremony held at the IG Balochistan Police Office in Quetta.
“When I was younger, I used to be terrified of police officers. To me, my parents would make the police seem intimidating. However, as I’ve aged. I now recognise the price they pay to maintain our unity. They don’t only give their lives for us; I can give a far more straightforward example of their service.” Naseem
“Those assigned to the NCA keep watch over us through the night. I cannot even function if I don’t get a good night’s sleep. I greatly value the assistance provided by the police and have the highest respect for them “He added.