In the current Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), Pakistani cricket player Shoaib Malik has been the subject of recent allegations of match-fixing. During the second match against the Khulna Tigers, Malik, who plays for Fortune Barishal, overstepped three times. This has sparked a flurry of comments on social media. Malik’s three balls without a hit gave the opposition eighteen runs.

Malik has now released a statement addressing the claims in light of all of the accusations. “I want to address and refute the recent rumors that have been going around regarding my role with Fortune Barishal.

After a lengthy conversation with our captain, Tamim Iqbal, we jointly planned the next course of action. He posted on X, “I had to leave Bangladesh for a pre-arranged media engagement in Dubai.” I send Fortune Barishal my best wishes for their forthcoming matches and offer my assistance if required. “I will keep playing the game because it has always brought me joy.” I emphasize how imperative it is to proceed with caution when it comes to rumors, particularly those that have been going around lately. I strongly deny these baseless rumors. Everyone must check the information before accepting it and distributing it.”

Lies have the potential to ruin reputations and cause needless confusion. To guarantee a clear grasp of the facts, let’s put accuracy first and rely on reliable sources.

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