London: They turned on each other during the spot-fixing trial and now convicted Pakistan cricketers Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif have been forced to share a cell at the Wandsworth prison where they are serving their term.
The two tried to lay the blame on each other during the trial, which concluded with Butt being jailed for two and a half years while Asif getting a one-year sentence.
"There is a certain gallows humour about the situation. They had no choice, it's the prison authorities who make the call. The batsman and the bowler remain together but with no room for a run-up let alone room to overstep the mark," a prison source was quoted as saying by 'The Daily Mail'.