New Zealand – Our Match-Fixing Corresponding: In shocking new accusations made by a newspaper in New Zealand, it is alleged that Mohammad Amir, the once-disgraced Pakistani pacer, is back to his match-fixing ways again.
“We have proof, solid proof,” read the editorial of the New Zealand Enquirer, “that Amir took money to perform well at the T20 against the Kiwis.”
“The devious plan did not work at first, with him almost getting Kane Williamson caught,” said Fred Smith, sports editor of the New Zealand Enquirer at a press conference. “But they still managed to bring to fruition this unsportsmanlike business by taking the wicket of Matt Henry and maintaining an economy of 1 for 31 from four overs.”
In reply to a question about whether the Enquirer had an leads on who had organised the match-fixing, Smith replied in the affirmative, taking out a piece of paper from a file. “The name of the mastermind who paid him to perform in this match is a shadowy organisation by the name of the Pakistan Cricket Board.”
“Seriously, when will this boy ever learn?”