LAHORE (Reuters) – Fast bowler Mohammad Hasnain has been banned from bowling and withdrawn from the Pakistan Super League (PSL) after his bowling action was discovered to be illegal, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) mentioned on Friday.
Hasnain was first reported throughout his Big Bash League stint with the Sydney Thunder final month and is about to overlook Pakistan’s house sequence in opposition to Australia subsequent month.
Biomechanical testing in Lahore confirmed the 21-year-old breached the 15-degree restrict for elbow extension on his “good size supply, full size supply, sluggish bouncer and bouncer”, the PCB mentioned in an announcement.
“Keeping his future and Pakistan’s curiosity on the forefront, the PCB … has determined he is not going to be allowed to proceed to take part within the Pakistan Super League,” it mentioned.
“Until Mohammad Hasnain clears his reassessment, he’ll stay suspended from bowling in worldwide cricket.”
The PCB described the bowler as an “asset” citing his potential to bowl constantly at 145 kmph and was optimistic of his return to the sport after remodelling his action.
“The PCB has mentioned the report with its personal bowling consultants and is assured that the issue could be resolved.”
“He will use this time to work with the PCB-appointed bowling advisor to change his bowling action in order that he can apply for a reassessment and develop into eligible to return to worldwide cricket as shortly as virtually doable.”
The right-arm quick bowler has been an everyday a part of Pakistan’s white-ball squads and claimed a hat-trick in a Twenty20 International in opposition to Sri Lanka in 2019.
(Reporting by Amlan Chakraborty in New Delhi; enhancing by Robert Birsel)