For the first time ever, cricketers are found guilty of spot fixing. The shameless clowns just happen to be Pakistanis.
The jury in the spot-fixing trial has found Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif guilty, by a unanimous verdict, on the charge of 'conspiracy to cheat' and guilty by a 10-2 majority decision on the charge of 'conspiracy to obtain and accept corrupt payments'.
Pakistan cricket in the last five years:
Since the forfeited Oval Test of 2006, this team has suffered doping scandals, petty administrators, a coach found inexplicably dead in his hotel room, terrorism against a visiting team, and - for the foreseeable future - inability to play at home.
Soon, some of their players will be spending quality time behind bars.