Al-Amin Hossain Banned From Bowling. ICC bans Bangladeshi Bowler Hossain over illegal bowling action. Hossain Banned Bowling from International Cricket Matches. The 24-year-old is the sixth bowler, and the primary non off-spinner, to be report by match official since July.

Al-Amin will have to get his achievement hardened within 21 days at an ICC qualified facility either in Cardiff or Brisbane and can go on bowling in international cricket pending the results of the tests are identified. The competition officials’ report, which was handed over to Bangladesh lineup manager Habibul Bashar after the Test accomplished yesterday, cited concern about the authority of the 24-year-old’s bowling action.

Al-Amin Hossain Banned From Bowling

Hossain, who has play four Test matches, can keep on bowling awaiting the results are known. Al-Amin’s bowling action will at this time be scrutinized further below the ICC progression relating to supposed illegal bowling measures report in Tests, ODIs and T20Is.

The right-arm seamer was report after his team went down against hosts West Indies by 10 wickets in the original Test of the two-match series at Kingstown. Pakistan spinner Saeed Ajmal was disqualified from international cricket on Tuesday after his delivery were found to have “exceed the 15 degrees level of lenience permitted under the system.”