Indian lobby, umpires could involve in match-fixing against Pak: Imran

KARACHI: Former captain of Pakistan cricket team Imran Khan said Indian lobby along with umpires could involve in match-fixing in a semifinal against New Zealand.

Former captain said the poor level of umpiring during semifinal raised doubts. Though, over confident Pakistani team played badly but match-fixing allegations from standing committee against team are baseless.

The legendary bowler further said that there is no place of Younis Khan in the team and his role is not more then a captain. He said Muhammad Asif should be included in the team in place of Umer Gul in the semifinal.

Former captain Rashid Latif said standing committee for sports must give statements carefully. It would be better that parliamentarians take notice of corruption in politics instead of cricket.