The ICC statement has now come on the final match of the 2011 World Cup. The ICC (International Cricket Council) said that there is no reason to doubt the 2011 World Cup final.
ICC's Anti Corruption Unit (ACU) general manager Alex Marshall said, "We could not find a single reason to doubt the Men's 2011 World Cup final. The ICC Integrity Unit looked into the matter after the news of the match being fixed. But we have not been presented with any such evidence, which supports the fact that this match is fixed.
Marshall has also rejected the claim of the former Sri Lankan Sports Minister, in which it was said that a letter was sent to the ICC related to the fixing allegations.
Former Sri Lankan Sports Minister Mahindananda had alleged that Sri Lanka had sold the 2011 World Cup final match to India. He even said that the match was fixed.