Kenya player in fixing inquiry
Friday 25 May 2012
The International Cricket Council has opened an investigation into alleged spot-fixing by a Kenya player at last year's World Cup. It is understood Kenya's pool match against Pakistan in Hambantota is under suspicion.
Kenya bowled 37 wides during the match – equalling the record for the number of wides in a one-day international – on the way to a 205-run defeat. Tom Sears, Cricket Kenya's chief executive, confirmed that the ruling body was aware of an investigation.
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