Shahzad handed 12-month suspension for doping violation

2017-12-07T11:56:43Z

Mohammad Shahzad, the Afghanistan wicketkeeper-batsman, has been handed a 12-month suspension by the International Cricket Council on Thursday (December 7) for violating an anti-doping rule. Shahzad had already been provisionally suspended after his urine sample was found to have a banned substance Clenbuterol. The substance is prohibited according to WADA both in-competition and out-of-competition.

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