LONDON (Agencies) - Former England skipper Michael Vaughan has expressed his displeasure over the International Cricket Council's (ICC) decision not to ban three Pakistan players for life for their involvement in spot-fixing. Vaughan said the punishments meted out to the tainted trio of Salman Butt, M Asif and M Aamir showed that the sport's world governing body missed out on an opportunity to flush corruption out of the game. "The punishments handed out to the three Pakistan cricketers over spot-fixing allegations were just another example of how the International Cricket Council operates.