Hasan Ali was sitting with his face hidden, Babar Azam said – no one will raise a finger on anyone

Pakistan’s journey in T20 World Cup 2021 is over. In the second semi-final on Thursday night, Australia were defeated by five wickets. In the league stage, Pakistan showed a strong game and won all their five matches. But a defeat shattered his dream of becoming champion for the second time.

After the match, captain Babar Azam tried to infuse enthusiasm in his team. Gave courage to the players frustrated by the defeat. Babar Azam, standing in the middle of the dressing room, was surrounded by support staff and teammates.

In the video shared by the Twitter handle of Pakistan Cricket, Babar was seen speaking for two and a half minutes. First of all thanks to all the players. Then explained the meaning of defeat to the team. Said ‘whatever happened, happened’. He also instructed not to mention defeat amongst themselves and not to point fingers at any player.

Being a little strict, Babar said that if I heard that someone had talked about this defeat, then I would talk to him in a slightly different way. During this, the face of Hasan Ali was worth seeing. He seemed more than a little disappointed with the defeat.

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Pacer Hasan Ali, who proved to be very expensive with the ball, dropped the catch of Matthew Wade in the 19th over, which became a big reason for victory and defeat. Because after this, Wade ended the match by hitting three consecutive sixes in Shaheen Shah Afridi’s side. Perhaps Hasan Ali would be sorry for this, only then he was sitting with his hands bowing his head and hiding his face.


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