ICC bans Hafeez from bowling in global matches

Hafeez suspended for illegal bowling action
Muhammad Hafeez suspended again for 'illegal' bowling action

19 November, 2017

Mohammad Hafeez was reported for suspect bowling action after the third one day global against Sri Lanka in the United Arab Emirates last month.

Pakistan's spinning all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has been suspended from bowling in global matches after failing another assessment test, cricket's governing body said Thursday. The International Cricket Council said subsequent testing at the United Kingdom's Loughborough University showed a majority of Hafeez's deliveries "exceeded the 15 degrees level of tolerance permitted under the regulations".

Mohammad Hafeez's action was found to be illegal for the third time.

It was the third time that Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez had been reported for a suspect bowling action in his global career.

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Hafeez was suspended after his action was cited in November 2014, but returned in April 2015.

Hafeez can still apply for another assessment after remodeling his bowling action. "Work harder on his batting", said Akram. However, a few months later, his action was reported during the Galle Test versus Sri Lanka.

Tests confirmed again that his action was illegal, and because his action had been found illegal twice within a period of 24 months, he was automatically suspended from bowling for 12 months. He was reported in November 2014 for the first time. For me the coming tour to New Zealand and the Pakistan Super League are very important.

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