Top former Pakistan cricket officials Saturday slammed the ICC after the sport's governing body warned the local board needs to take extraordinary measures to avoid sanctions over alleged corruption. The International Cricket Council Wednesday issued a strict warning to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to implement a series of measures to solve problems faced by the country's cricket or risk sanctions. "PCB must act and be seen to be acting to uphold the zero-tolerance attitude to corruption in sport and conduct a thorough review of players' integrity, educate them, implement a process and introduce an anti-corruption code in their domestic cricket," the ICC said in a statement after their two-day board meeting in Dubai.