Former Bangladesh skipper Mohammad Ashraful, who is currently serving a five-year ban features in a music video titled ‘I am not who I used to be’. Ashraful was banned from competitive cricket after he was found guilty of match-fixing in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL). In this romantic video, Ashraful is seen opposite Shoma Rahman, wife of former Bangladeshi cricketer Atiar Rahman. The video has been directed by Ali Afroz Arnab. The clip begins with Ashraful’s 94 against England in 2005. After he was accused of match-fixin, Ashraful admitted to his wrong doing and was therefore banned for five years. READ: Pravin Tambe, Mohammad Ashraful play T20 cricket in USA

Ashraful corroborated his involvement in fixing the match between Ruhunu Royals and Wayamba United by filing a witness statement  to the Anti Corruption and security unit of the International Cricket Council (ICC). There has been a lot of hue and cry over the fixing allegation in Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) especially when their President Jayantha Dharmadasa had apparently asked the ICC to refrain from taking action against Ashraful. READ: Mohammad Ashraful admits to match-fixing in Sri Lanka Premier League

Ashraful’s ban was initially for eight years but it was later reduced to just five. The ICC had asked the BCB to look into the matter of match-fixing, and a three-member tribune was formed during the second edition of the BPL. ICC’s Anti-Corruption Security Unit (ACSU) had visited Dhaka in May 2013 to look into allegations of match-fixing in a couple of games in the BPL. READ: Mohammad Ashraful’s ban reduced to 5 years by Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB)