West Indies allrounder's bowling ban lifted
News Track 07 October 2019 14:53
New Delhi: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has given a big relief to West Indies all-rounder Kraigg Brathwaite. The ICC has lifted the ban on the bowling of Kraigg Braithwaite. The ICC, after reviewing Braithwaite's bowling action, got it right and decided to lift the ban on bowling in their international cricket. The news of relief for West Indies all-rounder Kraigg Braithwaite came on Tuesday when the ICC allowed him to bowl in international cricket.
The Windies all-rounder was questioned over bowling action during the Test series played against India. Braithwaite's bowling action was reported during the match that ended on September 2 in Kingston. The ICC had decided to ban his bowling until it was reviewed. In this match, Braithwaite bowled just 2 overs against the Indian team in the first innings. In these two overs, he gave 8 runs while in the second innings he was not given the opportunity to bowl. India beat the West Indies in this series.