Mohammad Hafeez has been questioned by bowling action throughout his career. His bowling action has been questioned in the last county. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has banned him from competing in all competitions in England for lack of action in lab tests. Hafeez was playing for Middlesex in Vitality Blast. The umpires objected to his action when he bowled against Somerset on August 30.
Later, when he went to do a lab test at the University of Loughborough, he was diagnosed with an anomaly. Hafeez himself was not fully satisfied with the report. The elbow was curved more than 15 degrees, especially during its off break. Hafiz appealed again but did not. The ECB’s review committee on Tuesday banned him from bowling because the bowling action was not valid.
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He has also been told to return to the bowling action again. He has had to endure such ‘fate’ many times in international cricket. The first of which happened in 2005. Mohammad Hafeez has been banned from bowling several times since then. He is back in action again. He returned to bowling in May 2018 after being banned for the same reasons last.
His action question was raised again in November of the same year. This time, however, he is not an umpire, with Kiwi batsman Ross Taylor questioning his one-day action in Abu Dhabi. The umpires, however, did not notice it. It was, however, headlined by the news.