The Pakistan cricket’s turmoil has refused on subsiding with Zulqarnain Haider, a wicketkeeper, retiring with 3 months of his Test debut from the International cricket after deserting sensationally because of the death threats he received for he refused on fixing matches.
Haider said that his family still gets threats and he has decided on retiring due to the pressure on him and said that he can’t take it anymore. He said that he’ll send a letter addressing to PCD to let them know about his retiring decision.
He claimed that he had received several death threats for refusing to settle the 4th ODI series which Pakistan lost.
Just few weeks before this craze, ICC suspended the pace duo of Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamir, and Test captain Salman Butt for their alleged involvement in the said controversy during this year’s England tour.