In excellent news for specific pacer Mohammad Hasnain, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on June 9 (Thursday) introduced that the speedster bowling motion has been discovered to be authorized after the quantity of his elbow bending was throughout the restrict permitted by the Worldwide Cricket Board (ICC) bowling guidelines and regulation.
After a reassessment carried out by PCB, the highest board discovered Hasnain’s elbow extension throughout the 15-degree stage of tolerance and he can now resume his participation and bowl in all types of cricket together with the worldwide and home cricket all over the world.
Mohammad Hasnain was suspended from all types of cricket in January 2022
It have to be famous that the specific pacer was stopped from taking part in any type of cricket following his bowling motion take a look at, carried out in an ICC testing centre in Lahore on January 21, 2022. The report was verified and reviewed by Cricket Australia (CA) impartial skilled and he termed Hasnain’s bowling motion as ‘unlawful’.
The correct-arm pacer after making just a few modifications in his bowling motion underwent a take a look at once more on Might 21 on the identical testing centre in Lahore and he was verified by specialists earlier than getting a clear chit by PCB on June 9 (Thursday). Hasnain’s bowling motion was reported in January whereas he was taking part in Cricket Australia’s home cricket competitors.
Speaking about his numbers in worldwide cricket, the 22-year-old has performed a complete of eight ODIs for Pakistan and has scalped 12 wickets at a median of 37.91. He additionally has a five-wicket haul within the 50-over format. In T20Is, he has represented the Males in Inexperienced in 18 matches and has taken 17 wickets at a median of 30.70. He’s but to signify Pakistan within the longest format of the sport.
As his motion has been cleared, the specific pacer will need to carry out properly within the home circuit and get chosen for the nationwide squad as soon as once more. In the meantime, Pakistan will tackle West Indies within the second ODI to be performed on June 10.