Former Pakistan Captain Imran Khan has pointed an accusing finger at the cricket boards for the match-fixing scam rocking the sport, saying the boards of all Test playing nations and the International Cricket Council (ICC) were responsible for the creating a mess in the game.
“If the cricket boards of all the countries could be honest, only then we can hope to see the game of cricket back to its glory,” said Imran, who led Pakistan to their 1992 Cricket World Cup win.
“I hope all the cricket boards wake up as soon as possible to let the whole truth come out in the open. Only then the credibility of the game can be restored. The Central Bureau of Investigation of India (CBI) investigated only one syndicate in which bookie Mukesh Gupta was involved.
“I believe there are many more syndicates out there who have ruined the game, khan, who was here with his wife Jemima to raise money for Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital,” said. Khan has built the hospital in memory of his mother.