Secret recording shown at cricket match-fixing trial
A court has heard that a cricket agent asked for $1.2m (£768,000) to arrange for Pakistan to throw a Test match against England.
The jury at Southwark Crown Court has been listening to secret recordings involving the investigative journalist Mazhar Mahmood, the so-called Fake Sheikh.
Fast bowler Mohammad Asif and Pakistan's former Test captain Salman Butt deny conspiracy to cheat and conspiracy to accept corrupt payments.
The BBC's James Pearce reports.
11 Oct 2011
- From the section UK