Mumbai: Former South African cricketer and current Mumbai Indians fielding coach Jonty Rhodes on Tuesday said that the governing authorities of cricket should make all efforts to keep the game clean.
Rhodes was a part of the national team that was led by late Hansie Cronje who was later found guilty of match-fixing and involvement with bookies.
"Hansie Cronje was my colleague and we had no idea he was doing something like that. The ICC has put the mechanism in place. I'm sure ICC is doing enough and should make every effort to keep this game clean," said Rhodes who was renowned for his brilliant fielding.