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Left-arm paceman from Australia, Dirk Nannes wasn’t the least bit pleased when former India skipper Mohammad Azharuddin made an appearance on a show during the on-going Indian Premier League (IPL).
Nannes took to social media and stated, “Why is a confessed match fixer welcomed on a cricket show and treated like royalty? How is that even possible?”
Why is a confessed match fixer welcomed on a cricket show and treated like royalty? How is that even possible?
— Dirk Nannes (@dirk_nannes) 11 May 2016
Azhar was banned from cricket for life in December 2000 after the right-hand batsman confessed of being a part of match-fixing scandal.