2011 World Cup semi-final: Saeed Ajmal rubbishes fixing claims
The ICC had also earlier rejected the allegations which had surfaced shortly after the match.
The then ICC CEO Haroon Lorgat had said, "The ICC has no reason or evidence to require an investigation into this match. It is indeed sad for spurious claims to be made which only serve to cause doubt on the semi-final of one of the most successful ICC Cricket World Cups ever."
Meanwhile, the then PCB chief Ijaz Butt said he would like to see the PCB take up the issue with the ICC.
"I am no longer the Chairman and it is not right for me to say anything now but I think the current Chairman should take up this issue with the ICC," Butt said.
"It is a fact that few weeks after the match was played they were lot of allegations made but nothing concrete came up from anywhere. Not even the ICC said anything about it," he added.
The current PCB Chairman Zaka Ashraf said he would not like to comment in the issue since he was not the chief at that time.
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