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cricketers accused in fixing scandal arrive home

cricketISLAMABAD: The three Pakistan cricketers accused of being involved in a spot fixing scandal avoided the media and fans as they returned from England on Saturday.

Senior police official Tariq Sukhera says test captain Salman Butt, Mohammad Amir and Mohammad Asif left the Allama Iqbal International Airport in Lahore via a back door.

Dozens of cricket fans were at the airport to see the suspended cricketers.

Some were there to show support, while others vented their anger at the players by waving shoes in the air.

The trio returned to Pakistan after giving an undertaking to British police that they’d return to England when requested to cooperate with the investigation.

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