Mohammad Asif returns to International Cricket

September 30, 2009 09:54 PM

Tainted Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Asif has cleared dope test in the ongoing Champions Trophy tournament.

The bowler will be back to international cricket when he plays the last group match against Australia.

Yawar Saeed, the manager of the Pakistan team said that Asif was tested last week by the anti-doping ICC officials and confirmed that he had cleared the test.

Asif had tested positive for nandrolone twice before, the pacer was banned from international cricket for one year.

"There is more good news for Asif as the tour selection committee has decided to play him against Australia. It will be his first international match for Pakistan since April last year," Yawar Saeed said.

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