Published: Sun, November 19, 2017
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Pakistan's Mohammad Hafeez banned again for illegal action

Pakistan's Mohammad Hafeez banned again for illegal action

The ICC said their assessment revealed that the majority of his deliveries exceeded the 15 degree level of tolerance permitted under the regulations.

That will be of little consolation to Pakistan, for whom the availability of Hafeez's bowling this year has been a major factor in their resurgence in white-ball cricket.

While Hafeez is not permitted to bowl in global matches, he will be allowed to bowl in domestic matches if the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) let him.

Former skipper Mohammed Hafeez was suspended by the ICC due to an illegal bowling action which has barred the player from worldwide cricket with immediate effect.

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Mohammad Hafeez was reported for suspect bowling action after the third one day worldwide against Sri Lanka in the United Arab Emirates last month.

Hafeez then took to Twitter to plead his innocence, and soon, Pakistan fans started questioning ICC's verdict.

The ICC decision to suspend Hafeez from bowling came this week after the Pakistan all-rounder failed his bowling assessment test held in England.

Hafeez can still apply for another assessment after remodeling his bowling action. "Work harder on his batting", Wasim told reporters. He was reported in November 2014 for the first time. Just a couple of months later, however, he was reported again during the Galle Test against Sri Lanka. "There is lot of cricket coming up with the national team next year", he added.

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