Younis Khan's career celebrated at Lords

LAHORE, April 26 (APP)- The Pakistan Cricket Board has elaborated its stance with regard to the unfortunate episode that happened in the ongoing Pakistan Cup at Faisalabad in respect of test batsman Younis Khan abandoning the tournament following his dissent on a couple of umpiring decisions.
“Chairman PCB, Shaharyar M Khan clarified that while we have all regards for Younis who has served the country with honour, he would follow the process dealing with such situation as stipulated in the relevant rules,” said a spokesman of PCB here on Tuesday.
Younis had questioned the umpires’ decisions in the Pakistan Cup match between Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab teams. The umpires reported this matter to the Match Referee who charged Younis under level-II of the code of conduct for players and player support personnel and fined 50% of Younis’ match fee.