Pakistan cricket's past misadventures

Updated: 29 August 2010 16:41 IST

But this is not the first time Pakistani cricketers are involved in alleged match fixing scams.

Pakistan cricket's past misadventures

New Delhi:

But this is not the first time Pakistani cricketers are involved in alleged match fixing scams. Here is a list of previous occasions when Pakistan cricketers have been in the dock over fixing charges.

# Saleem Malik was banned for life for offering money to Shane Warne and Mark Waugh to underperform during Australia's tour of Pakistan in 1994.
 
# Wasim Akram lost captaincy for allegedly offering fast bowler Ata-ur-Rahman Rs 1 lakh to under perform against New Zealand in 1993
 
# Shoaib Akhtar had claimed he was offered a briefcase full of money to underperform in a match at Johannesburg and later on tour to India in 2007 but he turned down the offers
 
# In February 2009 Kamral Akmal, was investigated for match fixing for dropping catches in Sydney test vs Australia
 
# Leg spinner Danish Kaneria was arrested by Essex police in connection with a spot-fixing incident in September last year. He was let off after questioning
 
# The names of biggies like Inzamam, Waqar Younis, Shoaib Malik, Younus Khan and Mohammed Yousuf have also come up repeatedly but charges have not been proven against them.

Topics : Cricket Inzamam-ul-Haq
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