Shoaib Akhtar calls Marcus Stoinis’ claim that the Pakistani pacer tossed the ball “shameful”
When Marcus Stoinis was allegedly observed signaling that Mohammad Hasnain was throwing up, Shoaib Akhtar tweeted angrily about it.
Marcus Stoinis appeared to accuse spinner Mohammad Hasnain of tossing during the current Hundred games in England, and renowned Pakistani pacer Shoaib Akhtar did not hold back in his criticism of the Australian all-rounder. Hasnain thus removed Stoinis from the Southern Brave’s game against the Oval Invincibles, and as he was walking back to the pavilion, he was seen mimicking a bowling motion that appeared to be throwing. Shoaib Akhtar posted pictures of the incident along with the caption “Shameful gesture by @MStoinis concerning bowling motion of @MHasnainPak during #TheHundred2022.”
“How dare you act in such a way? Without a doubt, @ICC says nothing about them. Shoaib Akhtar and former county cricket player Azeem Rafiq both criticized Stoinis for engaging in similar actions after being freed.
This is awful! Hasnain has been cleared, Stoinis is unrelated, and I tweeted him.
Hasnain’s bowling ban earlier this year was brought on by allegations that he broke the law during a Big Bash League game.
But after adjusting his walk, he has been given permission to bowl.
Stoinis scored 37 runs off just 27 balls in the match before falling to Will Jacks by an edge. Thus, as a result of his objective, Southern Brave were able to accumulate 137/6.
Then, as the Invincibles located the number with 18 deliveries remaining, Jacks put on a one-man performance.
Sam Curran’s unbeaten 11 from 12 deliveries was his teammate’s second-best performance after the opener’s undefeated 108 off 48 deliveries.