Mohammad Ashraful was banned for five years after a match-fixing scandal in the Bangladesh Premier League in 2013.
Prithvi Shaw is the second youngest Indian after Sachin Tendulkar to score a Test century.
Banned Bangladesh's batsman Mohammad Ashraful is hoping to make a comeback to international cricket with his five-year ban for match-fixing and spot-fixing charges all set to be over.
Former Bangladesh captain Ashraful said they wish they had an all-rounder like Hardik Pandya.
Mohammad Ashraful had admitted to corrupt practices in Bangladesh Premier League and is expected to return to domestic cricket on August 13 this year.
Mohammad Amir and the Bangladesh Premier League are both eyeing a redemption after undergoing turbulent times in the recent past.
Pravin Tambe, who plays for Rajasthan Royals in the IPL, had gone to the US and played a T20 match which also featured banned Bangladesh player Mohammad Ashraful.
Pravin Tambe, who plays for Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy and turns out for Rajasthan Royals in the IPL, played in a private T20 match in the US with Mohammad Ashraful, who was banned for five years by Bangladesh for match-fixing.
Mohammad Ashraful was banned last year after he tearfully confessed on national television to helping fix matches in the scandal-tarnished Bangladesh Premier League. A local appeals panel
Mohammad Ashraful was handed an eight-year ban in June 2013 by the Bangladesh Cricket Board for fixing matches for Dhaka Gladiators in the Bangladesh Premier League.