Pakistan cricket team’s fast bowler Hasan Ali looks full of enthusiasm despite being dropped from the Test team. Hasan Ali’s inclusion in the squad for the Test series against England was uncertain and as expected, Hasan Ali’s name was not included when the squad was announced on Monday.
Hasan Ali is full of passion, “I will work hard”
In this regard, Hasan Ali writes in his tweet on the social networking website Twitter that ‘Congratulations to all my fellow players who have joined the team for the Test series against England. Inshallah, I will work hard in the ongoing domestic cricket and return to the national team. Long live the hashtag Pakistan.”
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Hasan Ali has been dropped from the Test team due to substandard performance and out of form. Hasan Ali’s last Test match for Pakistan was against Sri Lanka in Galle in July, in which he failed to take a wicket.
Hasan Ali has so far played 21 Test matches for the national team in which he has dismissed 77 players at an average of 24. The 28-year-old fast bowler is leading Southern Punjab in the recent domestic tournament, the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.
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