In a fresh development in the match-fixing scandal, Pakistan Cricket Board's legal adviser Tafazzul Rizvi told NDTV that the undercover reporter posed as an agent who would get Hameed a deal and the meeting with the 'agent' took place in Nottingham.
Pakistani opener Yasir Hameed told British Tabloid 'News of the World' in an interview that almost every match that Pakistan plays is fixed. He later denied giving any such interview and accused the tabloid of offering him money.
Wajid Shamshul Hasan, the Pakistani High Commissioner to London, has accused the ICC of "playing to the gallery" by suspending the three Pakistani cricketers. The ICC has refuted the High Commissioner's charges, saying "there is no conspiracy against Pakistan".
The three Pakistani cricketers accused of the no-ball conspiracy maintain they're innocent, said Wajid S Hasan, Pakistan High Commissioner in London. Indicating that he believes them, he added that the three men have voluntarily dropped out of the one-day series against England.
The three Pakistan cricketers, Test captain Salman Butt and bowlers Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif, at the centre of a global storm over spot-fixing allegations are dropped from the squad for the remainder of the tour of England.
The pressure is mounting on the Pakistan Cricket Board. Now, the country's federal investigative agency seems to have taken control. Its officials are already in London, all set to question the tainted trio of Salman Butt, Mohd Asif and Mohd Amir on Thursday.
Haroon Lorgat, the Chief Executive of the International Cricket Council (ICC), on Tuesday told British broadcaster Sky News from Dubai that he was "very determined to bring to book" anyone found guilty of corruption in cricket.
Pakistani captain Salman Butt and fast-pacers Mohammed Asif and Mohammed Amir are summoned to London by Scotland Yard in connection with the no-ball controversy that has erupted during the current England vs Pakistan series.
In this leaked video, Shahid Afridi testifies before the Pakistan Cricket Board inquiry committee that was set up after Pakistan's disastrous tour of Australia earlier this year. Afridi talks about negativity, but is there a veiled reference to match-fixing?
After the recent no-ball controversy, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has declared that more than 80 Pakistan cricket matches will be investigated for alleged corruption. They include a test match against Australia in Sydney earlier this year. Take a look.