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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) have confirmed that they are investigating allegations that chief selector Moin Khan visited a casino two days before the national team’s 150-run loss to the West Indies.
PCB chairman Shaharyar Khan vowed to punish Moin if he is found guilty.
“We have launched an investigation over the reports that Moin Khan visited a casino,” the PCB chairman said. “Action will be taken if the reports prove true.
“As per initial reports, Moin Khan went there to have a meal two days before the match against the West Indies and a Pakistani couple photographed him and made a video. But we will not make anybody a scapegoat and will investigate this incident before taking any action.”