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Cricket’s world governing body, the ICC, has confirmed its anti-corruption unit was probing the Hong Kong team but ruled out any match-fixing angle to its investigation.
A day after ICC anti-corruption unit head Ronnie Flanagan revealed the case in Mumbai, the ruling body’s chief executive Dave Richardson provided more details.
“In recent times you would have read in the media that a particular player was suspended from his country and the investigations relate to the same team,” Richardson told reporters.
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