Magician off-spinner Saeed Ajmal on Saturday stated he might help all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez right his bowling stance inside a month if the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and Hafeez strategy him.
Earlier this week, the ICC has declared Hafeez’s bowling action as illegal and he was suspended for the third time in his career.
Ajmal also expressed concern that ICC was “targetting only Pakistani bowlers” and urged the PCB to take notice.
“If the PCB takes some positive steps to protect the bowlers, I am hopeful that Pakistani bowlers will not be singled out again for their bowling actions.”
He also said, “It seems that the process was meant for me and (Mohammad) Hafeez, all other bowlers with questionable actions are still playing.”
Ajmal, who announced his retirement earlier this month, dismissed chances of an international farewell match,
“I played good cricket for Pakistan and for the PCB but in the end, I would not even get to play a good match to end my international career,” he lamented.
“These T20 matches are broadcast live so I decided to grab this opportunity to announce my retirement in front of my fans,” he concluded