Banned: Salman, Asif and Aamir guilty of match fixing, face criminal charges

The International Cricket Council (ICC) tribunal banned three Pakistan players from cricket for at least five years in the sport’s biggest scandal of the past decade. The trio were found guilty of corruption. Former captain Salman Butt and fast bowlers Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamir received their punishment. Salman was given a 10-year ban with five years suspended, Asif a seven-year ban with two years suspended while Aamir was banned for five years. News of the punishment came a day after British prosecutors announced the trio would face criminal charges over their actions in the fourth cricket Test against England at Lord’s. Doha, Feb 2011

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2010 ENG v PAK 4th Test  

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Salman Butt   Mohammad Amir   Mohammad Asif  

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Controversies & Issues   Match Fixing  

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