Cricket experts, officials and former cricketers react to the spot fixing verdict that was announced on Tuesday.
A few years ago when the Justice Qayuum report announced its verdict, served us with a warning and cautioned the PCB, nothing was done about it. That's not the fault of the Justice Qayuum committee. I don't think this verdict will make a difference to Pakistan or international cricket. If some players are out of the Pakistan team, others will take their place.
Rashid Latif, the former Pakistan wicketkeeper
I am sad about what has happened because it involves sportsmen, but at the same time I think justice has been done because if you do something wrong you pay the price. I just feel sad for Pakistan cricket as well, because cricketers are not supposed to be associated with crime and corruption. But I think in a way it is good for Pakistan and world cricket as it should serve as a deterrent to others.
Zaheer Abbas, the former Pakistan captain