Caution for Bangladesh as Taskin, Sunny reported

Sports Thursday 10/March/2016 17:00 PM
By: Times News Service
Caution for Bangladesh as Taskin, Sunny reported

Dharamsala: Bangladesh will be in trouble if their quick bowler Taskin Ahmed and left-arm spinner Arafat Sunny 'possibly' penalised for suspect bowling actions.
It was learnt on Thursday from ICC, Taskin and Sunny were reported for suspect action during their opening ICC World Twenty20 match against Netherlands on Wednesday.
A statement said: "The ICC is working with the Bangladesh cricket team management to confirm times for the independent testing of both bowlers at the ICC-accredited testing centre in Chennai. The ICC regulations state “...every reasonable effort shall be made for the Independent Assessment to be carried out and the Independent Assessment Report furnished within a period of 7 days from the date of receipt of the Match Officials’ Report.”
Both players are free to continue bowling until the results of testing are known.
Confirming it was Bangladesh coach Chandika Hathurusinge on Thursday and said there was no worries as such.
"We have received a report raising concerns on the bowling action of both, but they are not been stopped from playing," he confirmed.
The officiating umpires during the match were Sundaram Ravi of India and Rod Tucker of Australia.
"Taskin has been bowling all these while and I don't understand what they found wrong in his action now," mentioned Hathurusinghe.
Taskin, who was in the news during Asia Cup, bowled a fantastic last over against Netherlands on Wednesday.