Was 2011 World Cup final fixed or not? The ICC also ruled. The Dubai International Cricket Council (ICC) have declared the World Cup final between India and Sri Lanka free of corruption. And said there was no evidence has founded to start further investigation.
Was 2011 World Cup final fixed or not? The ICC also announce decision
According to Daily Pakistan News
Alex Marshall, senior general manager of the ICC Anti-Corruption Unit, said in a statement. That Sri Lankan players involved in match-fixing in the 2011 World Cup final. But so far no evidence has found to launch an investigation. Therefore, there have no reason to doubt the final match between India and Sri Lanka.
Alex Marshall added that the ICC takes corruption in cricket very seriously.
This is unbearable. If anyone has evidence of corruption in the World-Cup final or any other match, they must provide it. Strict action will took against them. The Sri Lankan board has not submitted any written request or evidence in this regard.
It has to noted that Mahinda Nanda Ulthagamge. Who held the post of Sports Minister of Sri Lanka in 2011, had made allegations of fixing in the final match of the World Cup. Team captain Kumar Sangakkara, chief selector Arunda de Silva and opening batsman. Opel Tharanga also appeared before the Sri Lankan board’s inquiry committee.
The board closed the investigation due to lack of evidence.
Former Sri Lankan captain Kumar Sangakkara have interrogated for 10 hours in connection with allegations of match-fixing in the 2011 final of the International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cup.
Kumar Sangakkara has interrogated for 10 hours, according to AFP.
During which various questions had asked from him. And according to the police, he answered all the questions satisfactorily.
The police have already announced their decision. Saying they have satisfied with the first investigation. No evidence of match-fixing have found. Due to all evidences no more action will taken.