Pakistan’s all-rounder Mohammed Hafeez has been reported for suspect bowling action. The umpires reported about it after Pakistan’s first Test win over New Zealand  by 248 runs today. Earlier this year, when Hafeez played for his local team Lahore Lions, he got reported for the same

 

Hafeez will now have to undergo the tests within 21 days as per the ICC regulations and can continue to bowl in international cricket until the results of the tests are announced.

Hafeez has become the second Pakistan bowler after Saeed Ajmal in recent months to come under ICC’s scanner.

 

 

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