Don't be harsh on him man..he was just 18 or 19 at that time..it was (maybe is) common in pakistan cricket to fix games...it was around everywhere..the kid seriously did not realise the seriousness of the matter..he did not do anything that other pakistans cricketers havent done...he faced the consequences and punishment for what he did.
He was a new comer; maybe could not say no to the offer because seniors pressurised him.
They will counter by saying, "Wasim Akram did 20 times worse but he became very rich, led a happy life and married twice."
- PRTP GWD
no need .
A famous quote from Ravi Shastri, currently the Indian team manager, also puts this quality into perspective: ‘‘Shake a tree in Pakistan and you will find a few fast bowlers falling from there.”