Just In: Australian Cricketer Marcus Stoinis is facing dense criticism since accusing Mohammad Hasnain of Illegal Bowling Action during a match in The Hundred 2022 T20 League. However, the sources claim Stonis will not face any punishment for breaching ECB’s Disciplinary code in Hasnain’s case.
The shameful event occurred during last’s night T20 match, where Marcus and Hasnain faced each other. The Australian batter attempted an Ariel Shot on Hasnain’s delivery that ended up as a regular catch for an English Fielder, “Will Jacks”.
While walking back to the pavilion, Stoinis mimicked Hasnain’s bowling action and tried to indicate that it was an illegal delivery. After the video went viral on Social Media, fierce cricket followers criticized the right-handed batter for his disgraceful act.
According to Media Reports, the Match Referee called the Australian cricketer to argue in defense of the incident. After a brief discussion, Dean Cosker found Stonis not guilty as he thought that the batter didn’t breach any of the ECB’s Disciplinary Codes.
A few months back, another Australian hinted to Umpires about Hasnain’s illegal Bowling action during a match between Sydney Sixers and Adelaide Strikers in Big Bash League. After examination, the ICC authorities banned the young pacer from International Cricket.
The examination report submitted by the ICC claimed that Husnian’s arm had more than a 15-degree curve during the delivery. Nevertheless, the young speed star worked hard in remodeling his bowling action, and after several Biomechanics tests, he passed the ICC’s Bowlers Criteria.