Friday, 26 July 2013

Mohammed Asif admits to spotfixing matches.

By on 23:48

Following the footsteps of his teammates, Pakistani pace bowler Mohammed Asif admitted to spot fixing during a meeting with Subhan Ahmed, the chief Operating Officer of the Pakistan cricket Board in Lahore.
A top source in the PCB told PTI that Asif met Ahmed and confessed that he had indulged in spot fixing during the fourth Test against England at Lords in 2010. Asif said he was ashamed of what he had done and his conscience had been troubling him for the last many months but he was scared to speak out the truth.

Asif said he finally gathered courage to admit his guilt as he wanted to revive his cricketing career and also salvage his image.Asif, along with Salman Butt and Muhammed Amir, was banned in early 2011 for a minimum of five years on spot fixing charges for corruption and cheating.

Asif remained the most controversial figure among the banned players and has also been found guilty of failing a dope test, carrying marijuana and other problems in the past.

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