The controversial incident between Australia all-rounder Marcus Stoinis and Pakistan speedster Mohammad Hasnain refuses to die down with Pakistan icon Shoaib Akhtar branding the Australian’s gesture as “shameful” on Tuesday.
Akhtar took to Twitter and stated, “Shameful gesture by @MStoinis relating to bowling motion of @MHasnainPak throughout #TheHundred2022 . How dare you do such issues?? Ofcourse @ICC stays quiet about them. No participant needs to be allowed to do such issues if somebody’s been cleared already.”
Stoinis courted controversy on Sunday after he seemingly accused Hasnain of chucking throughout the Southern Courageous’s seven-wicket loss to the Oval Invincibles within the ongoing ‘The Hundred.’
Shameful gesture by @MStoinis relating to bowling motion of @MHasnainPak throughout #TheHundred2022 . How dare you do such issues?? Ofcourse @ICC stays quiet about them.
No participant needs to be allowed to do such issues if somebody’s been cleared already. pic.twitter.com/5idGdBqcUf
— Shoaib Akhtar (@shoaib100mph) August 16, 2022
Stoinis (37 off 27 balls), who top-scored for the Southern Courageous, succumbed to Mohammad Hasnain after top-edging into the arms of centurion Will Jacks on the mid-off.
That is surprising !!!
— Azeem Rafiq (@AzeemRafiq30) August 14, 2022
Whereas making his technique to the pavilion, Stoinis was noticed seemingly imitating Hasnain’s motion to be a chucking one.
Earlier this yr, Hasnain was discovered responsible of getting an unlawful bowling motion and was suspended from bowling after he was reported by umpire Gerard Abood in a Massive Bash League (BBL) match between Sydney Thunder and Adelaide Strikers.
Hasnain underwent biomechanics exams in late January, with the findings from the Lahore College of Administration Sciences confirming his motion breached the ICC’s 15-degree restrict for elbow extension. The Pakistani fast has since been declared match to bowl once more after present process remedial work.
Hasnain has performed eight ODIs and 18 T20 Internationals after making his Pakistan debut in 2019.