Hafeez suspended for illegal bowling action

Hafeez suspended from bowling for illegal action

Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has been suspended from bowling in worldwide cricket with immediate effect by the ICC, after his action was found illegal in an independent assessment.

Hafeez - now the No. 1 ODI all-rounder was reported during the third ODI against Sri Lanka, which was played on October 18 in Abu Dhabi. "I think Hafeez does not realise that he has been bowling a lot and when he bowls a lot he tends to get exhausted which is natural and that is when I think his elbow extension exceeds the 15 degrees extension allowed by the ICC", he added.

Hafeez was previously banned in November 2014 and June 2015 because of an illegal bowling action. ICC suspended him from bowling in global cricket on Thursday.

Meanwhile, after remodelling his action Hafeez can apply for another reassessment.

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By April 2015, he had remodelled his action enough to satisfy another test and he was cleared to bowl again. "Work harder on his batting", said the former fast bowler. Just a couple of months later, however, he was reported again during the Galle Test against Sri Lanka.

Zaka also hit out at the PCB for not taking care of players who are reported having an illegal bowling action despite the board setting up its own bio-mechanic lab at a private university in Lahore which still awaits ICC's accreditation.

One thing in Pakistan's and Hafeez's favour is a relatively light global schedule.

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