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Marcus Stoinis Alleges Muhammad Hasnain Of Chucking
By CricShots - Aug 15, 2022 4:45 pm
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Australia’s fiery all-rounder, Marcus Stoinis has given a rise to a slight controversy after subtly accusing Pakistan fast bowler, Muhammad Hasnain of chucking while delivering the ball during the Southern Brave’s seven-wicket loss to the Oval Invincibles. Stoinis top-scored for the Brave on Sunday evening, dismissed by Hasnain for 37 (27) after building a solid partnership of 55 runs with skipper, James Vince for the second wicket.

Marcus Stoinis
Marcus Stoinis alleged Mohammed Hasnain

Marcus Stoinis was furious after being dismissed for a 27-ball 37 when Muhammad Hasnain delivered a fiery bouncer, and Stonis was done for the pace as he tried to smack one in the mid-wicket area instead of gifting a catch to the mid-off fielder.

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While returning to the pavilion, Marcus Stonis was spotted seemingly imitating Hasnain’s action to be a chucking one. a lot of people from the cricketing fraternity are terming it as a disgraceful incident, considering that the 22-year-old had to work hard on his action.

Here is the video of the dismissal of Marcus Stoinis:

In February, Muhammad Hasnain was found guilty of having an illegal bowling action after a Big Bash League umpire reported him during the Sydney Thunder’s win over the Adelaide Strikers.

Hasnain underwent biomechanics tests in late January, with the findings from the Lahore University of Management Sciences confirming his action breached the ICC’s 15-degree limit for elbow extension.

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Muhammad Hasnain was found guilty of having an illegal bowling action and was suspended from bowling earlier this year. The Pakistani fast bowler was then reported by umpire Gerard Abood after bowling in the BBL match between Sydney Thunder and Adelaide Strikers on January 2.

Hasnain underwent biomechanics tests in late January, with the findings from the Lahore University of Management Sciences confirming his action breached the ICC’s 15-degree limit for elbow extension. The Pakistani quick has since been declared fit to bowl again after undergoing remedial work.

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