Spot fixing: Tearful Ashraful confesses and apologises to nation

Former captain Mohammad Ashraful has admitted to fixing and apologised for it after the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) suspended him until ICC's Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) submits its report on investigations into fixing during the 2013 Bangladesh Premier League (BPL). "I should have not done this injustice to the nation. I feel guilty. I would only say 'Please all forgive me, my conduct was improper'," he told a TV channel. "I felt that I have done an injustice, so I have told them [the ACSU team] the truth at the first chance. I tried to help the ICC as much as I could for the welfare of our cricket," Ashraful said. "You all know me, I have been playing international cricket for 12 years. I did not tell them a single lie," he added. June 2013

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