Hasan Ali says he is more disappointed than his fans on his performance

Hasan Ali says he is more disapponted than his fans on his performance
Pakistan's Hasan Ali reacts during the ICC men’s Twenty20 World Cup semi-final match between Australia and Pakistan at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai on November 11, 2021. (Photo by Aamir QURESHI / AFP)

Pakistan’s Hasan Ali reacts during the ICC men’s Twenty20 World Cup semi-final match between Australia and Pakistan at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium in Dubai on November 11, 2021. (Photo by Aamir QURESHI / AFP)

Pakistan fast bowler Hasan Ali responded to the criticism leveled at him following the ICC T20 World Cup semi-final against Australia.

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“I know you’re all upset because my performance didn’t meet your expectations from me, but no one is more disappointed than me,” he said on his official Twitter account.
Ali was ejected after giving up 44 runs in four overs and taking no wickets in Thursday’s crucial semi-final against Australia. He also fumbled a crucial catch.

However, some of the cricketer’s ardent supporters stood by him, preventing some people from abusing him.

He urged his fans not to change their expectations of him in his tweet.

When asked about his future plans, he stated, “I want to serve Pakistan cricket at the highest level possible, so back to hard work.”

He also stated that this patch will help him become even stronger.
The reaction of Hassan Ali’s father, who dropped the catch of Australian batsman Matthew Wade on an important occasion in the ICC T20 World Cup semi-final, has also been revealed.
In a thrilling match in the T20 World Cup semi-finals, Australia defeated Pakistan by 5 wickets. Hassan Ali dropped a catch by Australian batsman Matthew Wade in the 19th over, and Matthew Wade then hit three sixes in the same over to lead Australia to victory.

Hassan Ali was also heavily criticized by cricket fans for the loss to Australia, but the entire team, including Prime Minister Imran Khan, Chairman PCB Rameez Raja, and current and former cricketers, backed Hassan Ali and his outstanding performance in the tournament. With respect to the team. National team captain Babar Azam also lectured the players in the locker room after the match, saying that no player would blame a single player for the defeat, while Shaheen Shah Afridi said, “We are not losers, but we have learned,” and that they will return stronger and happier.

Abdul Aziz, Hassan Ali’s father, has now expressed his reaction in an interview on private TVC21.

The father of the national team’s fast bowler stated that Hassan Ali was and still is a hero, that by the grace of Allah the entire team is a hero, that all the national players are my sons, and that they will continue to be heroes.

Abdul Aziz stated that if we beat India, we were heroes; if we beat New Zealand, we were heroes; and if we won five consecutive matches, we were heroes.

He stated that the players should not lose heart, that he is rooting for them, and that they will emerge as heroes inshallah.

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