Hasnain's bowling action considered legal by ICC

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has considered Mohammad Hasnain's bowling action as legal and the Pakistani young pacer is now allowed to resume bowling. He has been cleared after the verification of Test reports of his action by Cricket Australia's experts.

According to the recent statements released by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), Hasnain can now bowl in all forms of cricket as bowling action is considered legal. His elbow extension was found below 15 degrees level of tolerance permitted under ICC illegal bowling regulations.

Hasnain underwent a check-up of his bowling action on May 21 at the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) accredited testing centre in Lahore. The PCB forwarded the test reports to CA on June 4 for verification by the independent experts, according to the ICC regulations.

Notably, his bowling action was found illegal during the recent edition of the Big Bash League (BBL) in Australia. The bowler was suspended from bowling in any form of cricket on January 2nd in his team's game against Adelaide Strikers. The pacer was representing Sydney Thunder in the recent version of the BBL and inspired the masses with terrific bowling.

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