The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is scheduled to contact the International Cricket Council (ICC) for review after the alteration of 22-year-old Pakistan fast Mohammad Hasnain’s bowling action was finished.
For Pakistan National Cricket Team, the young right-arm fast bowler has played 8 One Day International games and 18 T20 International games, taking 12 and 17 wickets respectively. The 22-year-best old’s One Day International bowling score is 5/26, while his best T20 International bowling statistic is 3/37.
Meanwhile, Moises Henriques accused the Pakistan quick of tossing while playing in the Big Bash League (BBL) 2022. After being reported by the Big Bash League (BBL) umpires, he underwent a test at the ICC’s certified testing site in Lahore on January 21.
On February 4, the International Cricket Council deemed Mohammad Hasnain’s bowling action to be illegal, and he was banned from cricket (ICC). The ICC’s 15-degree rule for elbow extension was surpassed by the Pakistan pacer’s action, as his elbow extension for his decent length delivery, full-length delivery, slow bouncer, and bouncer all exceeded the 15-degree standard.
According to Cricket Pakistan, sources have revealed that the right-arm bowler has adjusted his bowling action under the guidance of Umar Rasheed at the National High-Performance Center (NHPC).
Meanwhile, examinations at a Pakistani laboratory revealed that he now possesses a lawful bowling action and that his elbow extension was within the permitted range of 15 degrees.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is also pleased with Mohammad Hasnain’s bowling action and has requested a reassessment from the International Cricket Council (ICC).
“The pacer will be able to play international cricket once he passes the test, which will be administered by the International Cricket Council (ICC) at a recognised laboratory.”