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PCB fines Umar Akmal for late night outing in Dubai during Australia ODIs

Pakistan cricket's enfant terrible Umar Akmal has been fined 20 per cent of his match fee and has also received an official reprimand following his late night outing in Dubai after the fourth ODI against Australia.

Watch: 'Agla IPL Pakistan mein hoga' Umar Akmal goofs up while promoting Pakistan Super League

Umar Akmal of Quetta Gladiators was promoting PSL on social media through a video but goofed up big time. The 28-year-old made a big mistake while promoting the league.

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PCB serve notice to Umar Akmal for not reporting spot-fixing approach

Umar Akmal said many times before a match against India, he got calls to work with bookmakers for big money but every time he said he didn't believe in such things and reported the matter.

Pakistan Cricket Board issues show cause notice to Umar Akmal

After being issued with the show-cause notice, Umar Akmal now has seven days to file his reply.

I did not get support from media that I deserved, says Umar Akmal

Umar Akmal revealed that the thought of retirement did cross his mind at one stage.

More trouble for Umar Akmal, now booked for violating wedding act

To make matters worse, Umar and his family members have also been accused of misbehaving with the media.

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ICC World Twenty20: From jail-time to scoring runs for fun, Umar, 23, comes of age

Umar has long been considered as an exceptional talent but never lived up to the expectations following his debut Test century in New Zealand five years ago.

ICC World Twenty20: Pakistan hold nerve as Australia lose steam in high-octane chase

Earlier, it looked AUS wouldn't make it even this far. Two batsmen capable of scoring were dismissed in first over.

Umar Akmal accused of assaulting traffic cop

Pakistan Test batsman Umar Akmal has been detained by police after being accused of assaulting a police warden in Lahore.

De Kock,Steyn seal ODI series win for South Africa

South Africa’s win gave them an unassailable 3-1 lead in the five-match series.

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