Umar Akmal faces anti-corruption unit after making spot-fixing claims
Umar Akmal appeared before a Pakistan Cricket Board anti-corruption unit on Monday after claiming he was approached to fix international matches.
The wicketkeeper-batsman told Samaa TV that he was offered $200,000 to leave two balls during Pakistan's ICC World Cup clash with fierce rivals India three years ago.
Akmal stated that he had been offered money to "make some excuse and opt out of the game" on every occasion that he played for his country against India.
The 28-year-old, who said he told those allegedly approaching him not to proposition him again as he was "very sincere" about playing for Pakistan, was summoned to explain his revelations in Lahore on Monday.
A PCB statement said: "Cricketer Umar Akmal appeared before the PCB anti-corruption unit (ACU) today.
"Umar had been asked to appear before the PCB ACU on June 27 but at Umar's request and owing to his availability issues the interview was conducted today.
"The matter is now under consideration and PCB shall announce further details shortly."
Akmal has not featured for Pakistan since facing Australia in a one-day international in January 2017.