Former English wicketkeeper Paul Nixon has claimed that he was offered ‘millions of pounds’ to fix a Twenty20 match in England. The 41-year-old, however, did not elaborate on his claim but said he had spoken to ICC’s anti-corruption unit when the incident happened. “I was offered enormous money, millions of pounds, to fix a Twenty20 game in England,” Nixon, who retired at the end of last season, was quoted as saying in the Daily Mail. “I had to speak to the anti-corruption guys and they then went to work but people have to be caught doing it and that’s tough. This has all done terrible damage to the game,” he added.