- Asmita Saxena
Pakistan international Hasan Ali is currently out of the national cricket setup. In fact, the Pakistan cricket team management didn’t include Hasan Ali in the T20 World Cup 2022.
Hasan Ali last represented the Pakistan cricket team in Asia Cup 2022. He came under fire for dropping a regulation catch during the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 semi-final.
Hasan Ali had a chance to dismiss the dangerous Matthew Wade. However, he totally messed up on the field as he dropped the simplest of catches.
His poor fielding effort cost the game to Pakistan. Hasan Ali came under fire for his fielding and Matthew Wade made most of the reprieve.
The southpaw hit the winning for Australia as the Men in Yellow went on to win the maiden T20 World Cup title. After that, fans launched a scathing attack on Hasan Ali.
The cricketer was on the receiving end of trolls and abuses for his fielding effort. His name was trending on social media portals.
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Hasan Ali is currently playing in Arif Wala, located in the Pakpattan district of Pakistan’s Punjab province. However, things turned from bad to worse when the fans recalled the cricketer for his dropped catch.
Meanwhile, the fans kept on reminding the paceman that he is no longer part of the Pakistan cricket team. At one point, Ali was extremely furious.
In fact, he even clashed with the fans near the boundary. In the process, he also fled the field as soon as possible after the game ended as the mob allegedly attempted to attack him.
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“I will work hard in the ongoing domestic season and earn my place back in the national team,” Hasan said last month.
“I’m delighted to sign for Warwickshire as they are an ambitious club and Edgbaston is a ground I’ve always enjoyed playing at,” the fast bowler added.
“I hope I can help the team with my experience and contribute to some wins – maybe even a trophy,” Pakistani international Hasan Ali said after signing for the club.
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