Aug 20, 2013
The International Cricket Council (ICC)’s Anti-Corruption and Security Unit found nine “individuals” embroiled in unethical practices in the second season of the BPL.
Cracking down on corruption in the (BPL), the ICC on Tuesday provisionally suspended seven unnamed individuals for match-fixing-related offences while two others were charged for failing to report “corrupt approaches” that were made to them.
“I’m not involved with anything. I’m a victim of circumstances. I can’t understand why and how my name has been included. It’s a big blow to my career,” Hossain was quoted as saying by www.bdnews24.com.
The 31-year-old said, “It’s not a big deal whether I’m playing or not, my main goal is to prove myself innocent.”