New Delhi: International Cricket Council (ICC) Anti-Corruption unit has gotten the evidence of 41 page report of match fixing in World Cup 2011 here on Tuesday.
The 41 page report was prepared by the ICC’s Anti-Corruption and Security Unit Report which covered 470 matches and 214 practice sessions.
“Five mobile numbers were identified and itemised billing details obtained for each. SB’s each move, including trips to Sri Lanka and Dubai in 2011, were tracked, as were his business dealings,” the report states.
The 41-page report also identifies ‘JS’, one of the top bookies in the country, who has cases against him in both India and Britain.
JS allegedly contacted the brother of a top international player offering him the equivalent of Rs 50 lakh to throw a match.