Video: Mercury rises as soon as Marcus Stoinis gets out, wraps up Pakistani bowler

This Pakistani bowler has scolded the umpires due to wrong bowling action and Marcus Stoinis has given a strange reaction regarding this.

Marcus Stoinis is currently playing in The Hundred. (Twitter)

The Hundred tournament is currently being played in England. In this, many players of the world are playing and showing their flair. of australia Marcus Stoinis is also one of them. He is playing for the Southern Braves in this 100 balls per innings league. This team faced the Oval Invincibles on Sunday. In this match, Stoinis gave a strange reaction to the bowling action of Pakistan bowler Mohammad Hasnain. Hasnain is part of the Oval team.

However, Brave’s team got defeated in this match. Batting first, Brave’s team scored 137 runs for the loss of six wickets. Oval’s team achieved this target by losing three wickets in 82 balls.

Hassan’s action was told wrong!

Stoinis scored 37 runs in 27 balls in this match. In this innings, he hit two fours and two sixes. He was the highest run scorer for his team. Hasnain dismissed him. Hassanen bowled a bouncer which Stoinis pulled. The ball went into the air and Will Jacques came down and caught the ball brilliantly. When Stoinis was going back to the pavilion after getting out, he did a bowling action which was a chucking action i.e. wrong bowling action according to the rules. Stoinis probably did this action considering Hasnain’s bowling action.

Hasnain’s bowling action has been complained about

In February, Hasnain’s bowling action was found to be wrong. When Hasnain was playing in Australia’s Big Bash League, the on-field umpires complained about his bowling action. After this, Hasnain had a biomechanical test in January in which it was found that his elbow bends more than 15 degrees. Hasnain improved his action after this and he started bowling again.

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Jacques won the match alone

Oval In this match, only one batsman got the victory on his own. The name of this batsman is Will Jacques. Jacques scored a century in this match. He scored 108 not out off 48 balls. In his innings, this batsman hit 10 fours and eight sixes. Brave’s bowling could not get this batsman out.