Rashid Latif opens up a new Pandora Box on match fixing


LAHORE: The Cricket corruption scandal continue to haunt Pakistan cricket as now former cricketer Rashid Latif has opened up a new pendora box.

Former skipper and ace wicket keeper Rashid Latif has opened a new ‘Pandora Box’ on match fixing as he revealed to have been contacted by a bookie back in 2003.

As per details, Rashid Latif claimed that he met bookie Ratan Mehta as he was directed by that time manager Haroon Rasheed to do so.

However, Rashid also revealed that Haroon didn’t have any clue that the person he was going to meet was a bookie.

The former captain also claimed that after rejecting the offer made by Ratan, he reported to ICC about the matter however PCB was really angry with him over the matter.

Rashid also demanded that PCB and ICC should further strict the rules and laws pertaining to match-fixing. 


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