Pakistan All-Rounder Mohammad Hafeez’s bowling action has been declared illegal and as a result of it, he has been suspended from bowling in International cricket. All of his deliveries were found to be illegal. Hafeez is the second Pakistani bowler to get suspended for illegal bowling action after Saeed Ajmal was the first one to get banned in August this year.

With this news arriving just ahead of the 2015 World Cup, Hafeez is all set to play as a batsman in the tournament. He was also suspected for illegal bowling actions in the CLT20 and was warned during the test series against Australia and New Zealand last month, and was suspended from bowling in International cricket.

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