Pakistan’s Mohammad Amir pleads guilty in spot-fixing case
KARACHI: Pakistan’s fast-bowler Mohammad Amir has pleaded guilty to spot-fixing in a London court.
During Pakistan’s tour of England in 2010, British tabloid “News of the World” accused then-captain Salman Butt, fast-bowler Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Amir of spot-fixing.
News of the World alleged they bowled no-balls at prearranged times during August’s fourth Test at Lord’s.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) had previously banned Amir from all forms of cricket for a period of five years while Asif was banned for seven years and Butt was handed a ten year ban.
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Source - Mohammad Aamer pleads guilty in spot-fixing case | Sport | DAWN.COM
Good, I hope ICC reduce his International ban to 2yrs and allow him to play in domestic tournaments.