Pakistan off-spinner suspended from bowling again

Pakistan off-spinner suspended from bowling again

Pakistan off-spinner suspended from bowling again

Hafeez was reported for a suspect action following Pakistan's third one-day global against Sri Lanka in Abu Dhabi last month, and was banned from bowling by the ICC on Thursday. Earlier, ICC banned Hafeez from bowling in July 2015 and in December 2014.

Zaka said a good number of talented cricketers ended their careers either because of match-fixing or illegal bowling action, which is clear proof that the PCB lacks expertise in handling the players.

The assessment in Loughborough revealed that the majority of his deliveries exceeded the 15 degrees level of tolerance in his arm.

Wasim Akram has told Mohammad Hafeez to give up bowling and concentrate on his batting after being suspended for an illegal action for a third time.

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Hafeez, who bowls offspin, was reported during the third ODI between Pakistan and Sri Lanka on Oct.18 in Abu Dhabi.

Hafeez then took to Twitter to plead his innocence, and soon, Pakistan fans started questioning ICC's verdict. Just a couple of months later, however, he was reported again during the Galle Test against Sri Lanka.

"I have chose to not go to Bangladesh to play for the Comilla Victorians and instead I will remain in Lahore and work on my bowling action before taking a biomechanics test again at a ICC accredited laboratory", Hafeez said. He was reported in November 2014 for the first time. It will be hard for Hafeez to start bowling again in time for Pakistan's next assignment, a limited overs series in New Zealand in January. "There is lot of cricket coming up with the national team next year", he added. In the interim will be the PSL where, according to ICC regulations, he can bowl should the PCB choose to allow it.

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