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“I wish to let everyone know that I am cooperating with an ongoing ICC Anti-Corruption investigation that has been made public today”
Former New Zealand batsman Lou Vincent has confirmed that he is being investigated by the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) for having allegedly taken part in match and spot-fixing.
Vincent represented New Zealand in 23 Test matches and scored 1,332 runs at a respectable average of 34.15.
He also played 102 ODIs where he amassed 2,413 runs at an average of 27.11 and seven Twenty20 Internationals, in which he accumulated 174 runs at an average of 19.33.
“I wish to let everyone know that I am cooperating with an ongoing ICC Anti-Corruption investigation that has been made public today,” Vincent said. “This investigation is bound by a number of rules and regulations that mean I am unable to make any further public comment.
“I will personally talk to the public when I am able to. In the meantime I cannot comment. Please respect me and my family’s privacy until such time.”