Pakistan right-armed quick bowler Mohammad Hasnain, who was banned by the Worldwide Cricket Council (ICC) after his bowling motion was discovered to be unlawful by Cricket Australia, mentioned that he feels “sad” over the ban however goals to make a robust comeback.
“I am leaving the Pakistan Super League (PSL) and my team Quetta Gladiators, which is a hard thing for me,” he mentioned in a video message recorded by the franchise.
He added: “I will come back after improving all my weaknesses. You’ll hopefully see a changed and a better version of Hasnain.”
“From playing street cricket to becoming youngest bowler to take the T20I hat-trick, speedster recalls dreamy [and] challenging moments,” Quetta Gladiators official Twitter deal with captioned the video.
Hasnain’s bowling motion was discovered to be unlawful by Cricket Australia through the Large Bash League (BBL) whereas enjoying for Sydney Thunders.
His bowling was reported by umpire Gerard Abood after his BBL debut with the Sydney Thunders on January 2.
Following the announcement, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has appointed a bowling advisor who will assist Hasnain amend his bowling motion on the Nationwide Excessive-Efficiency Centre Lahore.
Acknowledging his sportsman spirit, former cricketer Ahmed Shahzad wrote on Twitter: “Keep the #NeverGiveUp spirit high and I’m sure you’ll bounce back stronger and faster.”