In accordance with Article 11.1 of the ICC Illegal bowling regulations, the Pakistan pacer's global suspension will be recognised and enforced by all National Cricket Federations.
Hafeez had earlier undergone a biomechanics test in England for his suspected bowling action, where he was asked to bowl 24 deliveries in the test, which lasted for more than 90 minutes. The International Cricket Council said subsequent testing at the United Kingdom's Loughborough University showed a majority of Hafeez's deliveries "exceeded the 15 degrees level of tolerance permitted under the regulations". This is the third time that the offie has been barred from bowling in global cricket.
Pakistan's Mohammad Hafeez's has been banned from bowling in global cricket after the ICC found his bowling action to be illegal.
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As a result, the 37-year-old was order to stop bowling and remodify his action before being able to apply for re-assessment. "Work harder on his batting", said the former fast bowler.
Hafeez was suspended after his action was cited in November 2014, but returned in April 2015. He was suspended for a second time after an independent assessment revealed that he had an illegal bowling action after being reported in the Galle Test against Pakistan in June 2015. He was reported in November 2014 for the first time. "There is lot of cricket coming up with the national team next year", he added.