Pakistan pacer Mohammad Hasnain suspended for prohibited bowling action
Pakistan pacer Mohammad Hasnain suspended for illegal bowling action
Umpires in Australia first reported Hasnain last month when he represented Sydney Thunder in the Huge Bash League, but his bowling action was tested in Lahore as the fast bowler was because of fly back house in time to complete in the Pakistan Super League.
Pakistan pacer Mohammad Hasnain suspended for illegal bowling action:
“Based on the illegal bowling action regulations, till Mohammad Hasnain clears his reassessment, he will stay suspended from bowling in global cricket,” the PCB said in a statement.
The 21-year-old Hasnain has actually represented Pakistan in 8 one-day internationals and 18 Twenty20s and has taken 29 wickets.
He is thought about to be amongst Pakistan’s top young fast bowlers.
Hasnain took 3 wickets in three games for his franchise Quetta Gladiators in the ongoing PSL, but was dropped for Thursday’s game versus Islamabad United which Quetta lost by 43 runs.
The PCB stated Hasnain had flaws in his numerous shipments as “his elbow extension for great length shipment, full-length shipment, sluggish bouncer and bouncer went beyond the 15-degree limits.
The report was examined by Cricket Australia’s independent expert, who likewise found Hasnain’s bowling action to be prohibited.
The PCB stated it has actually gone over the report with its own bowling professionals, who will work with the fast bowler “so that he can correct his bowling action and be ready for reassessment.
The cricket board likewise spoke with the technical committee of the PSL and chose not to permit the quick bowler to further take part in the tournament.
“Rather, he will use this time to deal with the PCB-appointed bowling consultant to customize his bowling action so that he can get a reassessment and end up being qualified to return to global cricket as rapidly as practically possible,” the PCB stated.
Cricket Australia stated its specialist was satisfied with the results of Hasnain’s screening in Lahore.
“Mohammad replicated his bowling action in the controlled environment during screening which the results are precise,” stated Peter Roach, Cricket Australia’s head of cricket operations and scheduling.
– With inputs from PTI
Released at Fri, 04 Feb 2022 02:03:55 -0500
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