No one will be more sad and disappointed than me – Hasan Ali apologizes to Pakistani fans

New Delhi
Pakistani fast bowler Hasan Ali is constantly on the target of cricket fans. On Thursday, he dropped the catch of Matthew Wade in the semi-final match of the T20 World Cup 2021 against Australia. This was very heavy for the Pakistani team and after that Wade ended the match by hitting three consecutive sixes. After this incident, Pakistani fans started targeting Hasan for the team’s defeat.

Pakistan team showed a bang on the group stage. The team won all its five matches. She was on top of her group. The team looked balanced and they were considered a strong contender for the title. However, things got out of hand in the semi-finals. Pakistan batted well and made a score of 176. This score was considered quite challenging in front of the strong bowling of Pakistan. However, blazing knocks from David Warner, Marcus Stoinis and Matthew Wade ended the 2009 champion team’s journey.

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After this match, the Pakistani player on whom the fans got angry the most was Hasan Ali. Ali faced a lot of trolling on social media for this. People also made religious comments on him.

Australia needed 20 runs off 10 balls to win when they dropped left-hander Wade’s catch at deep- midwicket off Shaheen Afridi. Many former players believed that the catch could have turned the tide of the match. Captain Babar Azam himself had also said that if he had been caught, it might not have been so easy for the new batsman to score runs.

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Hasan Ali himself has now apologized to Pakistani fans on social media.

He tweeted, ‘I know you are all sad because my performance did not live up to your expectations, but no one else will be more sad than me. Don’t keep your hopes on me. I would like to continue serving Pakistan cricket as long as possible. Once again I have started working hard.

He further said, ‘Many thanks to all of you for the messages, tweets, posts, calls and prayers – I needed them so much.’



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