Perth Scorchers spinner Usman Qadir, the son of former Pakistani businessman Abdul Qadir, is in hot water with Western Australian cricket after being booked for speeding.
The Leggie has been advised to go to court after allegedly driving 50 km / h above the top speed in East Perth. It is believed that it was clocked in a zone of 50 km / h at about 100 km / h.
Qadir was deposed on Sunday for the Scorchers’ game against the Melbourne Stars, but it is believed his devaluation was in shape rather than for disciplinary reasons. “We are extremely disappointed that this has happened,” said WACA CEO Christina Matthews.
“WACA takes road safety very seriously and we know that accelerating makes a significant contribution to accidents on our roads.
“We expect all our players and employees to drive responsibly, and our players know their behavior is a role model for the community.”
Qadir moved to Australia in 2016 and played in Sydney’s cricket competition last summer. He debuted in Australian domestic cricket this season for Western Australia in the JLT Cup and won three wickets against Victoria.
Qadir’s father, Abdul, is one of Pakistan’s biggest bowlers. He has caught 236 Test goals with his twist and is fifth on the list of wicket takers in his country.
However, the 25-year-old wants to represent Australia and wants to participate in the Twenty20 World Cup 2020.
He played in the XI game of the Prime Minister earlier this season in a sign that he is at least on the radar of the national voters.
“No Pakistan anymore, I definitely want to play for Australia, 100 percent because I have no chances in Pakistan,” Qadir said in September.
“There is politics, I have no chances in Pakistan. “I hope I will do well in Australia and take the chance to play.
“I hope to be granted citizenship in two years and my goal is to play in Australia at the World T20 2020.”