Mohammad Amir's Video Used By International Cricket Council to Warn Players About Corruption

7 Mar 2016    04:13 pm

Mumbai: A video featuring Mohammad Amir, Pakistan's spot-fixing tainted pacer, is being used by the International Cricket Council's (ICC) Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) to educate players about the consequences of indulging in corrupt practices. (Virat Kohli-Mohammad Amir Duel As Exciting as Mine With Sachin Tendulkar: Shoaib Akhtar)

"We have actually used Mohammad Amir (incident) at a very early stage. He did make a video for us before he admitted his guilt and described the effect that it had upon him and how wrong he was," said Ronnie Flanagan, ICC's ACU chairman. (Asia Cup Twenty20: Virat Kohli Says he Relished Battle With Mohammad Amir)

Amir was given a chance to resurrect his interrupted international career with the Pakistan team after serving a three-month prison sentence for his role in the 2010 spot-fixing episode.

He made a return to international cricket on January 15 following a five-year ban for Pakistan against New Zealand in the opening Twenty20 International in Auckland.