Sachin Tendulkar Says ICC Probe on Corruption Critical

Former India batsman Sachin Tendulkar felt the ongoing investigations into corruption by the International Cricket Council are important because the fans deserve fair competition.

updated: June 04, 2014 13:38 IST
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Singapore: Retired but still very much in touch with the game he considers his life, iconic Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar said the ongoing investigations into corruption in cricket are critical and fans deserve fair competition.

Tendulkar, who bid adieu to the game last year after playing 200 Test matches, said the ICC's probe into corruption into cricket is "critical for the game".

"I think the concerned people are taking really important steps because it is critical for the game to make sure that the spectators watch a fair competition," Tendulkar told reporters here.

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