Taskin will return totally cleared: Sujon
Bangladesh pace sensation Taskin Ahmed underwent bowling action test in Brisbane of Australia on Thursday morning in a bid to make a comeback in international cricket. The result of the test is likely to be announced by the International Cricket Council (ICC) within next two to three weeks.
If the test result brings a good news, Taskin will be able to make his return through the upcoming Afghanistan series. But if he fails to pass the test, then he will have to be suspended from bowling at the international level for another one year.
However, Bangladesh national team’s manager Khaled Mahmud Sujon firmly believes the result of Taskin’s assessment will come in favour of him, and that he will be able to set foot in Dhaka totally cleared of all allegations.
While speaking to the reporters on Thursday, Sujon said: “I hundred percent believe Taskin will return home totally cleared. May be his result will be published on September 22, or even earlier. So hopefully he will be a part of the Afghanistan series.”
Sujon also added, “I don’t think Taskin ever had any big problem in his bowling. You go through the actions of hundred bowlers from across the world, everyone has some issues with his action — it’s quite natutal for the pacers.
“Taskin was said to have problem with his bouncer. But that’s not a big problem. It happens when you bowl fast. But now with the remedied action, I think Taskin will never face such troubles again.”
– Jannatul Naym Pieal, Correspondent, bdcricteam.com