McCullum says he has faith in ICC’s anti-corruption agency despite recent leak.
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum has said that he will continue to aid the ICC’s investigation on corruption despite his testimony being leaked to the media recently.
The wicketkeeper batsman had revealed some important information regarding match-fixing and spot-fixing scandals in England and India earlier this month.
His testimony about match-fixing though was leaked to the media by an anonymous source, but McCullum does not seem too perturbed about the matter.
The 32-year old stated that he would continue to the help the ICC’s efforts to curb corruption and also reiterated that he has full faith in World Cricket’s governing body.
“I’m obviously disappointed about that but there’s nothing I can do about it.McCullum was quoted by ESPNCricinfo.
“I can’t go into the specifics of what’s going into the investigation or my involvement in it … but I will continue to fulfill my role in the investigation.
“I guess from my point of view the dealings I’ve had with the group that I’ve dealt with, I have confidence. How the leak happened, I’m not sure but I have confidence in them.”
McCullum is also believed to have revealed information on some cricketers who had asked him to fix games, and the name of former New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns is also believed to be in his testimony.