2011 World Cup final was fixed? The decision has been made
Colombo: After questioning former captain Sangakkara and other former players, all the players were acquitted and it was decided that the final of the 2011 World Cup was not a fix.
Allegations, suspicions and investigations but the result is the same in Dhaka, Sri Lanka police abruptly ended the investigation as soon as it started.
The Special Police Chief said that the statements of the players were correct, there was no evidence of match-fixing.
Former Sri Lankan sports minister Aluth Gamage made 14 allegations but gave no evidence. Police recorded interviews with de Silva, Tharanga and Sangakkara, but the former sports minister could not provide any evidence on the allegations, leaving all players in doubt. Acquitted
On the other hand, the ICC, the governing body of cricket, has also given a clean chit, saying that at present they have not found any evidence or proof of fixing, there is no solid evidence or material to prove the allegations of fixing.