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Jason Roy accuses Wahab Riaz of ball-tampering during PSL game | Jason Roy accuses Wahab Riaz of ball tampering, both clash in the field

Jason Roy playing for Quetta Gladiators in Pakistan Super League, captain Sarfaraz confirmed the incident
According to Ahmed during the match between the two players on the first day of the tournament on Thursday

Dainik BhaskarFeb 23, 2020, 11:20 PM IST Sports Desk. England opener Jason Roy has accused fast bowler Wahab Riaz of ball tampering during a match in the Pakistan Super League. After this a new controversy arose in PSL. Sources told the news agency that the incident took place on Thursday. Quetta Gladiators captain Sarfraz Ahmed also confirmed the controversy. Roy plays for this team in the PSL.

According to Ahmed, the two players clashed in the match on the first day of the tournament on Thursday. This happened in the 17th over of the Gladiators' innings. According to PSL sources, during the batting, Roy asked Wahab that he had fixed the ball to get reverse swing. Wahab got angry on this and then there was a debate between the two. As the matter progressed, Gladiators captain Sarfaraz intervened and separated the two.

Quetta Gladiators complain to match official
After the match, the Quetta team complained to the organizing committee. The team said that the position of the ball had changed. But in the report submitted to the committee, he did not write any name. But the report has asked PCB and match officials to monitor the condition of the ball. So that this does not happen next. Gladiators captain Sarfaraz said his team followed the rules. But at the same time said that this incident should not be exaggerated. He said that these things happen in cricket when there is intense competition between the players.

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