As reported in Pakistan newspaper Dawn, the test revealed that Hafeez bent his arm more than 15 degrees for the majority of his deliveries, which is illegal according to ICC regulations as 15 degrees is the maximum level of tolerance.
"I think Hafeez should give up bowling now and just concentrate on his batting".
Zaka said the best places for Pakistan players for bowling tests are South Africa and Australia rather than England and India, who both have a biased attitude against them, while suggesting Hafeez should have gone either to South Africa or Australia for the test.Читайте также: Russian Federation releases video game screenshot as 'proof' United States is working with IS
Hafeez then took to Twitter to plead his innocence, and soon, Pakistan fans started questioning ICC's verdict.
The 37-year old can apply for re-assessment unless he modifies his bowling action in accordance with the clause 4.5 of the regulations under suspension. But, feels after the ICC amended the bowling laws, Hafeez should have thought about his career, especially after he was first suspended from bowling in 2014. The ICC announced that an independent body has found Hafeez's bowling action to be illegal. He remodelled his action in 2015 and a couple of months later it was found illegal against in a test against Sri Lanka at Galle. There is the possibility of a T20 series against West Indies in Pakistan in March, but otherwise they are not scheduled to play any global cricket until the tour to England in May.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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