Not only Pakistan but also International Cricket Council (ICC) and its anti=corruption unit badly failed to curb the menace of spot-fixing. Talking in the Waqt News Programme 'Game Beat on Saturday, Former Pakistan cricket team captain Aamer Sohail said the decision of Crown Court defamed the Pakistan image badly but the country was deprived of some very talented cricketers. These players had helped the Pakistan team by winning big events. Pakistan Cricket Board mishandled the issue and their error defamed us across the country. I am surprised to know that one of the high officials of the board provided very important information to News of the World reporter Mazhar Mehmood. No one even bothered to know who that person was while it was very essential to point out the one? We can put pressure on the ICC but unlikely they pressurized us and banned out players, he asserted. He questioned why the ICC high officials were trying to damage Pakistan cricket and its image and wanted to isolate us from international cricket? Some Pakistan players helped the ICC in making the standard of the cricket and the international organization and now in return, they are damaging our cricket that is already facing a lot of problems. There is a dire need of working at grass root level. In first-class, the players are not given match fees accordingly. Tauqeer Zia brought a lot of money in cricket but his predecessors denied best facilities to the first class cricketers, he added. We can see names of other nations players but boards of those players were strong enough to save them but the PCB did not do satisfactory work in this regard. We had also witnessed fixing problems in the past but instead of learning a lesson and to do some positive work, we did not take pragmatic steps and now we are facing the music, Aamer concluded.