Former Bangladesh captain Ashraful apologizes

Wednesday, 05 June 2013 - 12:44



Former Bangladesh captain Mohammad Ashraful has apologised for his actions as an investigation into allegations of corruption in his country's national T20 competition takes place.


The 28-year-old has been suspended from playing for Bangladesh while an International Cricket Council report into the claims is finalised.


Allegations about matches in this year's Bangladesh Premier League follow claims of spot-fixing in the Indian Premier League.


He added that he is ashamed of what I he’s done, and that he has come clean to the ICC investigating team and co-operated with them completely.

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