Bangladesh pacer Al Amin Hossain has given his bowling action test at Mirpur Academy Ground in Dhaka Sunday.
Al Amin was reported for suspect bowling action in the recently concluded BPL 2017 while playing for Comilla Victorians.
The test was taken during the afternoon. The report of the test will be available in a week. Until then, Al Amin can’t play any competitive cricket.
This is not the first time Al Amin has been reported for suspect bowling action. He was previously reported in August, 2014 during Bangladesh’s tour of the West Indies and following a test at an ICC-accredited laboratory in Chennai, he was given the green signal to bowl in November that year.
But this time around, Al Amin’s bowling action test was conducted at home as he was reported in a domestic tournament.
Prior to his action being called into question, he had played nine matches for Comilla, taking seven wickets conceding 225 runs at an average of 32.14.
Al Amin has played six Test matches, 14 ODIs and 25 T20Is for Bangladesh, bagging six, 21 and 39 wickets respectively.