Marcus Stoinis, an Australian cricketer, received criticism from Pakistani cricket fans after accusing Mohammad Hasnain of throwing the ball. The event happened at The Hundred during a match that the Oval Invincibles won by seven wickets against Southern Brave. Stoinis, who finished with a score of 37 from only 27 balls, was trying to slog a short ball from Hasnain when he tumbled. But instead of making the intended connection, the ball soared into the air before England’s Will Jacks could make a legal catch at mid-off.

Hasnain was found to have committed unlawful conduct, which was discovered after a Big Bash League umpire had reported it. However, the Pakistani fast has been given the all-clear to bowl once again after improving his technique and angle of release, while Stoinis may be subject to punishment for his behavior on the field.

The pacer concluded the game with a wicket and gave up 27 runs in his 15 deliveries. He has played for Pakistan in eight ODIs and 18 T20Is.