Mohammad Hafeez banned from bowling once again

Mohammad Hafeez

Pakistani all rounder Mohammad Hafeez have been barred once again by International Cricket Council for bowling in international cricket after recent test that took place in England on November 01, 2017 and found out that most of Mohammad Hafeez deliveries have exceeded the acceptable flex limit of 15 degrees.

However Hafeez is allowed to bowl in domestic cricket and can contact ICC for reassessment of his bowling action once he feels that he has done the remedial work.

Mohammad Hafeez is currently ranked as # 1 all rounder in ODI cricket because of his consistent run with the bat and ball for Pakistan.

Mohammad Hafeez was previously banned twice in his cricketing career in November 2014 & June 2015. Hafeez is not the first one who got banned for bowling since ICC introduced this 15 degree flex limit, Pakistan’s Saeed Ajmal, West Indian Sunil Narine & Marlon Samules, Srilanka’s Sachitra Senanayake are the other renown spinners who got called for illegal bowling actions during international match.

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