Former England batsman Owais Shah, who was inadvertently named during a Supreme Court hearing in the IPL spot-fixing enquiry, has denied having ever been summoned by the probe commission headed by Justice Mukul Mudgal. (IPL Scam: Top 10 developments)
Shah, who represented England in six Test matches apart from 71 ODIs and 17 T20 Internationals, expressed his "disappointment" as he didn't "receive any explanation from the court." (BCCI calls for emergency meeting to discuss IPL scam)
Shah has released a statement for the British media where he has claimed that he had "no knowledge that he was under investigation or suspicion".