Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan has informed that the big-margin no ball from Krishmar Santokie during a BPL match, which had led to local media reporting that Sylhet Thunders had ‘verbal requested’ the board to launch an investigation, is strictly a matter for the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the ICC Anti-Corruption Unit and not the BCB.
“We don’t have anything to do here and basically this is simple. It was a no ball, a big one. No balls are common but it is not up to us to look into. Those who are tasked with looking at it, are doing it,” the BCB president thus confirmed about the ICC looking into the matter of spot fixing.
“We have given one officer with each team this term. They are doing everything, not us. They will say if there is something to it or not. We are not supposed to be talking about it. The ACU and player will interact and there is no scope to talk about it anymore,” Hassan told the media today.