Mohammad Hasnain's fate shines after clearing bowling action

Pakistani bowler Mohammad Hasnain is getting back-to-back opportunities since he has been out of suspension on clearing his bowling style. The pacer was suspended from bowling in all forms of cricket after his bowling action was found illegal during the Big Bash League (BBL 2021-22).

Hasnain, who was representing Sydney Thunder in the last edition of Australia's BBL, was noticed by the umpire during the team's match versus Adelaide Strikers. A bowler's style is illegal as per the ICC rules if his elbow exceeds 15 degrees while bowling.

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) also hired a specialist to rectify his bowling style. He was tested in the ICC accredited academy in Lahore on his return from BBL. The reports were sent to the relevant authorities and CA's independent experts gave him a green signal on June 9th, making him once again eligible to bowl in all forms of cricket.

On his return, he was signed instantly by Oval Invincibles for the upcoming version of The hundred. As of now, Worcestershire club has signed a deal with the fast bowler for the rest of the County Championship 2022. The fans are happy to see him back in action and getting continuous opportunities.

The Club took it to Twitter and posted that,


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