Two S'poreans found guilty of match-fixing in UK

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Two Singaporeans have been found guilty of conspiring to fix English football matches, reported The Telegraph

Singaporean businessmen Chann Sankaran, 33, and Krishna Sanjey Ganeshan, 43, have been convicted of conspiracy to commit bribery following a trial at Birmingham Crown Court.

A jury deliberated for more than 12 hours before finding the duo guilty,  reported

The Telegraph took credit for taking down the match-fixers and mentioned an undercover investigation by its team in which a Singaporean fixer was secretly filmed claiming to be able to fix English matches for £70,000 ( S$148,000).

The video can be seen here.

Sources: the Telegraph,