Gazi flies to Malaysia to work on bowling action

"We have talked with Salahuddin and he informed us that he will work with Gazi personally as he is free till November 15"

“We have talked with Salahuddin and he informed us that he will work with Gazi personally as he is free till November 15”

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Bangladesh spinner Sohag Gazi has flown to Malaysia to work on his bowling action, which was deemed illegal by the International Cricket Council (ICC).

Gazi will now work with former Bangladesh fielding coach Mohammad Salahuddin, who helped spinner Abdur Razzak rectify his action when he was banned in 2008.

“We have arranged his accommodation in Malaysia till November 15 and if he is able to correct his action by this time he will return and if he wants to play the domestic league for his help he can play,” Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) cricket operations chairman Akram Khan said. “We have talked with Salahuddin and he informed us that he will work with Gazi personally as he is free till November 15.

“Earlier Salahuddin has worked with Abdur Razzak and he was 100% successful and we plan to work with him because there will be no language barrier with Sohag.”

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