Mohammad Hasnain, the Pakistan pacer, has been suspended from bowling in the continuous Pakistan Super League, the Big Bash League as well as global cricket in the wake of neglecting to clear his bowling action, which was accounted for by umpire Gerard Abood in a match between Sydney Thunder and Adelaide Strikers at Sydney Showground Stadium on January 2.
Hasnain, who is presently playing for Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League, had his activity tried in the Lahore-based ICC-endorsed lab, the aftereffects of which were shipped off Cricket Australia. It was inspected and checked by CA’s autonomous master.
The Cricket Australia discharge, on Friday, further expressed, “According to the Suspected Illegal Bowling Action Procedures, Hasnain was expected to be tried at Cricket Australia’s ICC-endorsed office in Brisbane inside the ordered 14-day time period and before his takeoff from Australia. Nonetheless, after he and others were reviewed ahead of schedule by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), it was concurred he would lead his test at the PCB’s endorsed office in Lahore, with results gave to Cricket Australia to free survey and check.
“This cycle has been finished, with Hasnain’s activity viewed as illicit by the PCB’s trying research center and the report surveyed and confirmed by CA’s autonomous master.”
The PCB, then again, expressed, that they have examined the report with their own bowling specialists and are sure that the issue can be settled. The PCB will designate a bowling specialist who will work with Hasnain to help the 21-year-old correct his bowling activity and be prepared for a reassessment.