Match Fixing

vidhyaprakash By vidhyaprakash, 8th Sep 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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This article is about Match Fixing which is the greatest issue in the sports world

Match Fixing


Match fixing activity in cricket is one of the hottest topic in news. It is really a shameful thing in the sport side. Lot of cricket fans having a lot of faith and hope with their country team. All cricket fans watch each and every match with a lot of curiosity and hope, they will enjoy a lot if their country team won the match.

Some people gives more importance to the game and celebrate the cricket winning moment like their own family function. But, the cricket players don't mind about their real fans. They betray their fans by doing this kind of silly activities, and went as a slave for the match fixing agents for a good amount of money.

I am not blaming all the players. A lot of good players also available in every cricket team. They take every match seriously and plays their maximum to win in the match. Our real need is this kind of dedicated players only. We don't want culprits in our country team.

I am from India. In our country a lot of cricket fans are living. They will enjoy a lot if our team won the match. Also they blame a lot, if our players doing this sort of silly work. Each and every player must realize their importance in their country team and show their real talent in the match. They never go for this kind of shameful activities. They must come to know that they are not a single person, they are the representative of their own country for the sport of cricket. if they know their value, and having this kind of attitude, surely the word "Match Fixing" will be removed from the history of cricket.

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Cricket, Cricket Facts, Cricket Match, Match, Match Fixing, Sports

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