Pakistan alone not to blame for fixing: Rashid Latif

Latif became an anti-fixing crusader after retiring and in 2010 suggested a delay in the broadcast of live matches to curb spot-fixing -- a measure later taken up by broadcasters.

updated: July 29, 2013 16:33 IST
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Karachi: Former Pakistan captain and match-fixing whistleblower Rashid Latif said on Monday that cricket as a whole remains far from clean and his country should not be singled out.

Latif, who lifted the lid on match-fixing within his own team in 1994, was reacting after The Mail on Sunday said the recently concluded one-day series between Pakistan and the West Indies was being probed by the International Cricket Council (ICC).

"These are serious allegations that need to be investigated and the newspaper will have to provide the evidence in this case," said Latif, who played 37 Tests and 166 one-dayers for Pakistan.

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