The Hundred: Marcus Stoinis Controversy – Aussie all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has sparked new controversy in the ongoing The Hundred. Stoinis, who…
The Hundred: Controversy of Marcus Stoinis – Australian all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has sparked further controversy in the ongoing The Hundred. Stoinis, who plays for Southern Brave, went for a six over mid-off but instead offered Will Jacks a hold. Pakistani pacer Hasnain got the precious scalp from dangerous-looking Stoinis for 37. But as the versatile player backed up to the clubhouse, he waved Hasnain’s action was illegal and hinted that his action bowling – in a not-so-subtle way. The versatile Australian could now be subject to disciplinary sanctions. Follow the hundred live updates with InsideSport.IN.
Marcus Stoinis could face disciplinary action after apparently accusing Pakistani point guard Muhammad Hasnain of bowling illegally in the Southern Braves’ seven-wicket defeat to the Oval Invincibles: https://t.co/moxJB1UYaN#TheHundred @newscomauHQ pic.twitter.com/oqUgUIfsdN
—Nic Savage (@nic_savage1) August 15, 2022
- The Pakistani pacer was suspended in February for taking an illegal action after a BBL referee flagged Hasnain’s action as illegitimate.
- The 22-year-old also underwent a biomechanics test at the end of January 2022, with findings from the University of Lahore confirming that his action breached the ICC’s 15-degree limit for elbow extension.
- Stoinis was visibly frustrated after dating Hasnain and he vented his anger by hinting at his action.
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The Hundred: Is Marcus Stoinis about to face disciplinary action? Versatile Aussie hints Pakistan point guard Muhammad Hasnain for illegal action – Reuters Sports News
The Hundred: Is Hasnain fit to bowl again after revamping his action?
The Pakistani pacer is fit to bowl again after revamping his action slightly. Stoinis’ behavior didn’t go down too well with a lot of pundits and fans. Renowned cricket journalist Daniel Bretting tweeted: ‘It’s mediocre. There is a system in place to regulate bowling actions and that does not include publicly questioning the integrity of your opponent.
The Hundred: Is Marcus Stonis about to face disciplinary action? Versatile Aussie hints Pakistan point guard Muhammad Hasnain for illegal action – Reuters Sports News
The Hundred: What punishment Stonis could face for bullying Hasnain’s bowling action?
It’s still unclear what punishment Stonis could face for his inappropriate behavior. On the face of it, the 32-year-old could be banned from a few The Hundred matches. Nor is Stonis the first Australian cricketer to bully Hasnain. Versatile player Moises Henriques also struggled to emulate the action of the Pakistani pacemaker in a BBL game.
Nice throw, mate” to Hasnain after unleashing a bouncer.
“From the first game he played and right through to the tournament, it seemed like there were some question marks there,” Henriques told reporters at the time.
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