New Delhi: Snubbing the match-fixing allegations made by former Indian Premier League (IPL) boss Lalit Modi, West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo has said that he has always played the game fairy and cleanly and honestly.
"I just want to make this thing clear to all my fans and people around the world that Dwayne Bravo has always played the game fair, clean and honestly," the West Indian told Mid Day on Wednesday.
Bravo was dragged into the infamous IPL match-fixing saga last week, when Modi shared a letter written to the International Cricket Council (ICC) in 2013 through his Twitter account. In the letter, the former cricket administrator claimed that three Chennai Super Kings (CSK) players - Suresh Raina, Ravindra Jadeja and Bravo were bribed in cash and kind.
"I love this game a lot and it has given a lot to me in life. I would not do anything to jeopardise my sport or my career by indulging in any wrongful activity. These allegations are untrue. My lawyers are now looking into it," Bravo added.
The ICC confirmed receiving the mail, but ignored the alert as there was no substantial proof to back the allegations. On Monday, the BCCI had given a "clean chit" to all the three players.