NAIROBI - Pakistan's two promising young cricketers Ahmed Shahzad and Anwer Ali were not included in third and the final one-dayer that the visiting Pakistan Cricket Academy team played here on Sunday against Kenya because the two were serving ban on playing for breaching disciplinary code on the Kenyan leg of the tour. The management of the visiting team slapped one match ban and US dollar 200 fine on pacer Anwer Ali and opening batsman Ahmed Shahzad was given two match ban and US dollar 400 fine after they were found to have visited a nightclub in Nairobi on Friday night after curfew hours. The two players informally met Pakistani media men who had seen them at the nightclub, here at Nairobi Gymkhana and told them they had gone to the club just for fifteen minutes while on their way to hotel after visiting a friend. Ahmed Shahzad said he had been informed that some newspapers in Pakistan were writing that he was in the habit of breaching team discipline everytime he went on a tour. He said that was totally wrong and said Friday's incident probably was the only time that he had been reprimanded and fined. Anwer said the team coach Aaqib Javed had advised him not to keep fast because being a fast bowler he had to bowl long spells. "I had not missed any match on the tour so far and had bowled even 30 overs in an innings in the four-day games. That was the reason, he said, he had missed attending sehri during the tour. So he was not with the team in Saturday morning at Sehri time. Both the young players were innocently shocked when newspapers and TV channels reported the news about their misadventure to the nightclub.