London:The British tabloid, News of the World, has now revealed that the International Cricket Council (ICC) is investigating a fourth Pakistani cricket player in the spot-fixing controversy. They have said they will not name the fourth player because of legal implications. (See Pics:Pakistan cricket in a 'fix')
Opening batsman Yasir Hameed, it is reported, has said that some of his team-mates have been fixing 'almost every match' and that a player can be played as much as 20,000-25,000 pounds per no ball bowled. "It makes me angry that I'm trying my best and they are trying to lose," Hameed told the British tabloid whose earlier revelations have shocked the cricket world.