Pacer Al-Amin Hossain on Sunday appeared in the bowling test after he was reported with a suspect action during a Bangladesh Premier League match on November 28.The 28-year old right-arm pacer gave the test to the National Cricket Academy in front of the video analysts of the Bangladesh Cricket Board.BCB management information manager Nasir Ahmed informed that it would take place at least to get a result of his bowling action.'We have captured the videos of his bowling action and we'll analyze the videos. After that we will be able to measure the angles, it is under the permissible level or, 'Nasir told reporters in Mirpur.'He bowled seven overs today. Firstly, he bowled the normal deliveries and then he bowled in-swingers, out-swingers, bouncers and many other variations one-by-one as well.'It will take minimum seven days for the result. We have taken the videos from six different angles, we have to see all these videos. It's better to take some time, 'he added.During the recent BPL, Al-Amin and Spinner-Sharifullah were reported with suspicious bowling action. Nasir said Sharifullah will also appear in similar bowling test soon.Al-Amin was also reported for suspect action during the National Cricket Team's West Indies tour in 2014, though his action was found valid later.