Hints of spot-fixing attempts come out from Karnataka Premier League

Speaking about witnessing spot-fixing attempts in the Karnataka Premier League, a cricketer said that he once saw a coach carrying a bag full of iPhones to later distribute among the players.

By Siddhu Manchikanti, November 10, 2019 10:18 IST

Karnataka Premier League (KPL) is turning out to be one of the biggest corruption cases in the game of cricket of late. To date, Central Crime Branch has arrested 6 recipients, including four players, one coach, and one franchise, who had expected to involved in the scandal. And, now on the conditions of anonymity, quite a few players have come up with some strange revelations related to the KPL match-fixing.

 
Speaking about witnessing spot-fixing attempts in the Karnataka Premier League, a cricketer said that he once saw a coach carrying a bag full of iPhones to later distribute among the players. Another player revealed that a team captain once was awaiting instructions on whether to bat or bowl first before going for the toss.
 
On Thursday, CCB arrested two Indian domestic cricketers CM Gautam and Abrar Kazi as they got accused of spot-fixing in the KPL 2019 final. The match played between Bellary Tuskers and Hubli Tigers.


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