Pakistan Crickters Again Caught In Match-Fixing

Mazhar Majeed, an agent who claimed to represent 10 Pakistan players including Butt, said Amir and Asif had bowled three no-balls between them by pre-arrangement in the fourth Test against England which finished on Sunday. Pakistani playres are many times found in match-fixing in past, but their government has never taken strict step.

London police confiscated the mobile phones of test captain Salman Butt as well as pace bowlers Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif, and the trio — plus wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal — have been questioned at the team’s hotel.

Skipper Salman Butt, pace duo of Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif and stumper Kamran Akmal are under the scanner after an alleged match-fixer Mazhar Majeed claimed that many Pakistani players were involved in spot fixing.

Pakistan board does not keep their banned player for so long.

Large numbers of bank notes in the rooms of unnamed players which exceeded the daily maintenance payment made to the cricketers by their employers. It is not known if these bank notes relate to the allegatio

Mohammad Asif’s former girlfriend, Veena Malik, has added to the woes of the embattled pacer by claiming that she has proof of his involvement in spot-fixing and that he has been in touch with bookmakers in the recent past.

If Pakistan Players are guilty in Match fixing, why do pakistan board ban their players for Life time?

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