Cricket is the most spectated format of sport in India and the second-most-watched sport in the world. It is a game that is played in a real way. Therefore it is regularly named as the “noble man’s downfall”.
Players who play for their separate groups at the most significant level submit to the ICC rules and guidelines. In the event that they don’t adhere to the guidelines, things may get dubious. We have coincidentally found occurrences of players disregarding the standards.
This is absolutely not great for the game. The miscreant will be punished with a rigid discipline by the ICC in the event that he penetrates the set of principles.
Aside from dishonourable practices shown by players, there is another thing that should be excused and that is spot-fixing.
It’s a well known fact that numerous cricketers were engaged with supposed spot-fixing outrages. A few certain players crossed their cutoff points by conflicting with the ICC leads and proceeded to carry shame to the noble man’s down.
It is cognisance of the way that spot-fixing or degenerate methodology is an illicit practice. These notorious match-fixing charges were frequently found in establishment cricket competitions from all over the world.
A few criminal operations have occurred in the background as well. Notwithstanding, the International Cricket Council Anti-Corruption Unit (ICC-ACU) has on numerous occasions started tests to uncover the offenders.
It is truly irritating to realise that match-fixing is as yet occurring. As of late, a previous IPL player by the name of Rajagopal Sathish strongly uncovered what occurred in the background. He revealed that Rs 40 lakhs was proposed to him for fixing games.
Rajagopal Sathish moved toward the police and afterward stopped a grievance in regards to the matter. Aside from that, he has additionally advised the BCCI including the ICC.
For the unversed, Sathish addressed Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR), Mumbai Indians (MI), and Punjab Kings (PBKS) previously.
Indeed, he has additionally played in the Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL). He played 34 matches in the IPL where he scored 270 runs at a batting normal of 15.88. Sathish kept a strike pace of 116.88 and his last match came in IPL 2016.
In the interim, the head of the Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) of the BCCI, Shabbir Khandwawala responded to the episode too. “The player moved toward us and ICC and informed us that somebody had moved toward him on Instagram. We took the subtleties of the case and told our ACU official to document a police grievance regarding that situation.
“We are just a facilitator and now police will look into the case,” stated by Shabbir Khandwawala, ACSU OF BCCI.
“On January 3, a person named Bunny Anand contacted Sathish on Instagram and messaged him luring to pay Rs 40 lakh and told that two players have already agreed to the offer. Sathish said that he said ‘sorry’ to the offer,” stated in the complaint.