Fourteen people believed to be members of an organised crime ring involved in football match-fixing activities have been arrested in police raids across Singapore.
Authorities say the 12 men and two women were nabbed in a 12-hour operation that ended in the early hours of Tuesday.
The European police agency Europol in February said it had smashed a network rigging hundreds of games, including in the Champions League and World Cup qualifiers.
Europol said at that time that a five-country probe had identified 380 suspicious matches targeted by a Singapore-based betting cartel, whose illegal activities stretched to players, referees and officials across the world.
Five of the 14, including the suspected leader, have been detained for further investigations, while the rest will be released on police bail.