Fixing took place during England-India 2011 Lord’s Test, claims Arab TV

Fixing took place during England-India 2011 Lord's Test, claims Arab TV

The Arab TV, which earlier released a documentary on spot-fixing where they held a sting operation, released its second part where they further dug into the matter and investigated matches fixed by the famous bookie Aneel Munawar.

According to the Arab TV, spot-fixing took place during the high profile England and India Test played in 2011 at Lord’s. Moreover, the game between South Africa and Australia at Cape Town in 2011 was also not clean.

As per the second instalment of the documentary, there have been several instances of spot-fixing between 2011 and 2012, which include six Tests, six ODIs and three World T20 matches.

The second episode of the documentary was released by the media agency on Sunday, which claimed England players, Australian players and Pakistani players got involved in spot-fixing seven, five and three times respectively.

Furthermore, the documentary featured pictures of Indian skipper Virat Kohli and the opening batsman Rohit Sharma with the infamous fixer Aneel Munawar. Though, there is no evidence of Kohli’s or Sharma’s involvement in any wrongdoing.

The documentary also claimed that spot-fixing took place in five matches of World Cup 2011 and three games of World T20 2012 which were played in India and Sri Lanka respectively were fixed.