WATCH: Marcus Stoinis seemingly accuses Mohammad Hasnain of chucking in the Hundred

As Stoinis was walking back to the pavilion, he seemingly mimicked the Pakistani speedster's action with a folded elbow suggesting that the pacer bowled with an illegal action.

Saurabh GangulyAuthor

Updated - 15 August 2022 07:57 PM

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Australia all-rounder Marcus Stoinis may find himself in a spot of bother after a video has surfaced on social media where he seemingly accuses pacer Mohammad Hasnain of chucking during a fixture of The Hundred competition. The incident is from the match between the Southern Brave and the Oval Invincible in which the former faced a seven-wicket defeat at The Oval in London on Sunday night.

Marcus Stoinis, who top-scored for the Brave with 37 (27), was dismissed by Hasnain off a short delivery. The right-handed Stoinis did not get the desired connection on the ball and hence the ball went straight to the mid-off fielder Will Jacks who completed the catch and brought an end to Stoinis' innings.

However, as the Aussie star was walking back to the pavilion, he seemingly mimicked the Pakistani speedster's action with a folded elbow suggesting that the pacer bowled with an illegal action.

Here is the video:

It is worth noting that while playing in the Big Bash League, Hasnain's action had been reported earlier but since then his action has been cleared. Moreover, it is the job of the match officials to take note of all these legalities and the action from Marcus Stoinis hasn't gone down too well with many fans who are sharing their views on social media.

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