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

The International Cricket Council's decision to suspend Hafeez from bowling came this week after the Pakistan all-rounder failed the bowling action test.

The Pakistani spin bowler has already been suspended twice, earlier in July, 2015 and in December, 2014 for his bowling action.

Zaka said a good number of talented cricketers ended their careers either because of match-fixing or illegal bowling action, which is clear proof that the PCB lacks expertise in handling the players.

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

Already in the twilight years of his global career, Mohammad Hafeez faces yet another challenge to keep his place in the Pakistan line-up after he was suspended from bowling again by the worldwide Cricket Council (ICC).

Hafeez can apply for another assessment test after remodelling his bowling action as per clause 4.5 of the regulations.

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Match officials had reported Hafeez in last month's third one-day global against Sri Lanka. Hafeez's bowling adds value to his batting, having taken 136 wickets in 195 one-day internationals.

It is the third time Hafeez has fallen foul of the rules - the previous two coming in 2014 and 2015 - and Pakistan legend Akram says it is time to focus on one discipline. Just 2 months after that he was once again reported for illegal action during a Test against Sri Lanka at Galle. For me the coming tour to New Zealand and the Pakistan Super League are very important. 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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