Hafeez Banned From Bowling For Third Time in Three Years

Hafeez Banned From Bowling For Third Time in Three Years

Hafeez Banned From Bowling For Third Time in Three Years

"I have made a decision 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.

Mohammad Hafeez's bowling action was reported during the third ODI between Pakistan and Sri Lanka by the match officials on October 18.

Pakistan's spinning all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has been suspended from bowling in worldwide matches after failing another assessment test, cricket's governing body said Thursday.

"The assessment revealed that the majority of his deliveries exceeded the 15 degrees level of tolerance permitted under the regulations", the ICC said in a statement.

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Former chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Zaka Ashraf on Friday expressed doubts over the Loughborough University's test report after Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez's bowling action was declared illegal for third time in three years.

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. The offspinner underwent reassessment of his bowling action at the National Cricket Centre in Brisbane, and was cleared in November 2016.

Hafeez has overall picked 237 wickets from 326 worldwide matches spread across all the formats. In November 2014, the all-rounder's action came under scrutiny during a Test series played between Pakistan and New Zealand and was subsequently suspended from bowling in December. However, a few months later, his action was reported during the Galle Test versus Sri Lanka. 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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