Hasan was cut from the Pakistan Test squad for the current three-match home series against England because he has only taken five wickets over the course of his previous four Tests.
After receiving obscene chants from the stands, Pakistani bowler Hasan Ali fought back during a local cricket match. The fight’s viral video has been viewed millions of times. As of Sunday, the international pacer was playing in a match in Arif Wala, a city in the Pakpattan District of Punjab, as reported by geo. tv. In Pakistan’s semi-final match against Australia in the Twenty20 World Cup 2021, the audience ridiculed the pacer for dropping a critical catch.
Hasan apparently lost his composure after hearing the remarks and ran towards the throng. Then, the other participants stepped in to remove Hasan from the situation.
You Can See Hasan Ali Get Into A Fight With The Crowd On Video.
When Hassan Ali fought the audience,
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December 3, 2022 — Muhammad Noman (@nomanedits)
Hasan was cut from the Pakistani Test squad for the current three-match home series against England after he only managed five wickets in his previous four matches.
I will work hard in the current domestic season and earn my place back in the national squad,” he had remarked earlier in the month.
So far, the lightning-fast bowler has 21 Tests under his belt and 77 wickets to his name. In one-day internationals, he has 91 wickets, while in Twenty20 internationals, he has 60.
In Twenty20 matches alone, the 28-year-old has 192 wickets to his name. He has been a part of the rosters of several teams, including PSL’s Islamabad United and Peshawar Zalmi and CPL’s St. Kitts & Nevis Patriots (CPL). At the 2017 Champions Trophy, he took the most wickets (13 total) for Pakistan. He was voted the tournament’s best player.