LAHORE Former chief selector Abdul Qadir has criticised the International Cricket Council for failing to tackle the menace of match-fixing. The spin legend said that Yasir Hameed was framed in England to speak against his own team-mates. Some elements want to defame Pakistan cricket and the Scotland Yard is already investigating the issue but the players are being put to a media trial. He further stated that the team management failed to deliver during the England tour. The former chief selector said that there should be different teams for different formats and the teams should be selected on merit.