Shoaib Akhtar

Shoaib Akhtar: Marcus Stoinis’ accusation that the Pakistani pacer threw the ball is deemed “shameful”.

Marcus Stoinis’ accusation that the Pakistani pacer threw the ball is deemed “shameful” by Shoaib Akhtar.

Shoaib Akhtar tweeted angrily when Marcus Stoinis was purportedly seen signaling that Mohammad Hasnain was chucking.

During the current Hundred game in England, Marcus Stoinis appeared to accuse spinner Mohammad Hasnain of tossing, and legendary Pakistani pacer Shoaib Akhtar did not hold back in his condemnation of the Australian all-rounder. So stoinis was taken out of the Southern Brave’s game against the Oval Invincibles by Hasnain, and on the way back to the pavilion, he was observed imitating a bowling action that looked like throwing. With the caption “Shameful gesture by @MStoinis about bowling motion of @MHasnainPak during #TheHundred2022,” Shoaib Akhtar tweeted images of the event.

“How dare you behave in this manner? Definitely, @ICC doesn’t say anything about them. No player should be allowed to carry out such actions if they have already been cleared, Shoaib Akhtar continued.

Former county cricket player Azeem Rafiq also berated Stoinis.

This is terrible! Stoinis is unrelated, Hasnain has been cleared, and I tweeted him.

Hasnain was accused of acting illegally during a Big Bash League match, leading to his bowling ban earlier this year.

But now that he’s adjusted his gait, he’s been given the go-ahead to bowl.

In the contest, Stoinis struck 37 off 27 balls before losing by an edge to Will Jacks off Hasnain’s bowling. So his goal allowed Southern Brave to total 137/6 thanks to his strike.

Jacks then put on a one-man show as the Invincibles tracked down the number with 18 deliveries left.

After the opener’s unbeaten 108 off 48 deliveries, Sam Curran’s unbeaten 11 from 12 deliveries was his teammate’s second-best effort.

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