Mon, 06 Sep 2010 10:32:40 GMT

Match-fixing won't happen in Indian cricket: Dhoni

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni said that cricket has been brought to "disrepute" by the 'spot-fixing' scandal and the guilty should be handed harsh punishment as such incidents tend to also paint other players in bad light.


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Match-fixing won't happen in Indian cricket: Dhoni

"It's sad. Investigations are going on. Something like this, match fixing or spot fixing, it brings disrepute to the game," Dhoni said when asked about the 'spot-fixing' scandal in England involving the Pakistan cricket team.

"It does not only restrict to the people who are doing it or the side they belong to. I think people start associating it with the whole fraternity which means all cricketers whichever team you are playing for, it doesn't really matter," he said.

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