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Naseem Shah fined for wrong helmet


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PSL S8: During the third match of the eighth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), Quetta Gladiators’ Naseem Shah wore the wrong helmet, which resulted in a fine by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB). The incident took place on February 15, 2023, in a game that saw the Gladiators lose by nine wickets to the home side.

Naseem, who is a right-arm pacer, was fined 10% of his match fee for wearing the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) franchise Comilla Victorians’ helmet. This is in violation of the PCB’ Code of Conduct, which requires players to wear helmets that comply with the board’ safety standards.

It is important to note that Naseem had represented the Comilla Victorians in the BPL 2023 before the PSL 8, and this may have led to the confusion.

The incident has once again brought into focus the importance of safety in cricket. Helmets are an essential safety gear for players, especially bowlers, who are in the line of fire. The PCB has strict rules regarding the safety equipment worn by players, and it is the responsibility of the players to ensure that they comply with these rules.

Despite the incident, the focus of the match was on the brilliant performance by the home team’s bowler, Ihsanullah, who took five wickets to help the Sultans bowl out the Gladiators for just 110 runs. Ihsanullah was in top form, with his speedy deliveries and back-to-back wickets.

Rilee Rossouw was the star with the bat for the Sultans, as he scored an impressive 78 not-out off just 42 balls. He brought up his eighth PSL 50 off 33 balls, helping the Sultans chase down the target in just 13.3 overs. Rossouw's knock included nine boundaries and three maximums, and it was his brilliant performance that sealed the victory for the home team.

The PSL is one of the most popular T20 cricket leagues in the world, attracting some of the best players from across the globe. The league has helped to raise the profile of Pakistani cricket and has provided a platform for young players to showcase their skills.

However, incidents like the one involving Naseem Shah serve as a reminder that safety should always be the top priority in cricket. The PCB's Code of Conduct is in place to ensure that players adhere to safety regulations, and it is essential that players take these rules seriously.

the incident involving Naseem Shah wearing the wrong helmet during the PSL match highlights the importance of safety in cricket. While the incident resulted in a fine for the player, it also serves as a reminder to all players to take safety regulations seriously. The PSL continues to be a hugely popular T20 league, providing a platform for young players to showcase their skills and helping to raise the profile of Pakistani cricket.

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Ameer Ali Salman
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