Pakistan pacer Hasan Ali took to Twitter to apologize for his efficiency within the T20 World Cup semifinal in opposition to Australia however said that it’s a lesson that he’ll study and enhance from sooner or later.
Hasan had a horrible outing within the semifinal. With the ball in hand, he conceded 44 runs in 4 overs with out taking a wicket. In the nineteenth over of the innings, Hasan’s day received worse when he dropped the eventual Man of the Match, Matthew Wade, off Shaheen Afridi’s bowling.
Wade went on to smash three consecutive sixes to finish the sport in type, knocking the Pakistan staff out of the match after not having misplaced a single sport within the group stage.
“I know you all are upset because my performance didn’t meet your expectations from me but [you] are not more disappointed than me. Don’t change your expectations from me. I want to serve [the] Pakistan cricket at the highest level possible, so back to hard work. This patch will make it stronger. Thank you for all the messages, tweets, posts, calls, and Duas – needed them,” he tweeted.
“It was just not his day” – Babar Azam on Hasan Ali
Pakistan skipper Babar Azam claimed that the dropped catch was essential however it might probably occur to anybody on a given day. Hasan is a superb bowler and the 27-year-old Babar will proceed to again him regardless of poor performances of late.
“He is one of my main bowlers and he has won many matches for Pakistan. Players drop catches but he is a fighter and I will back him. Everybody doesn’t perform every day. There is a day when one performs. It was just not his day. He is down and we will lift his mood,” Babar stated.
Australia will face New Zealand in tonight’s T20 World Cup remaining on the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.