‘I am most saddened to drop the catch’, Hasan Ali tweeted and apologized

Karachi: Pakistan pacer Hasan Ali has apologized for his disappointing performance against Australia in the T20 World Cup semi-final, saying he is more disappointed than anyone else and has promised to come back stronger from the tumultuous phase of his career. did.

Hasan took a catch of Matthew Wade at deep midwicket off Shaheen Shah Afridi in the 19th over in Dubai on Thursday and his mistake proved costly when the Australian wicket-keeper batsman smashed three consecutive sixes to help his team win the final to a five-wicket haul. Gave a place in

With this, Pakistan’s spectacular campaign in the tournament also came to an end. Babar Azam’s team made it to the final after winning five consecutive matches in the group stage.

Hassan tweeted, “I know you all are disappointed because my performance was not up to your expectations but you should not be more disappointed than me. Don’t change your expectations of me. I want to serve Pakistan cricket at the top level so have started working hard again.

“This phase will make me stronger,” he said. Thank you for all the messages, tweets, posts, calls and prayers – they are needed.”

Hassan, who was the hero of Pakistan’s title win in the 2017 Champions Trophy, became a villain in the eyes of the entire nation after dropping the catch. He faced a lot of trolling and negativity on social media.

Dropping Wade’s catch was the turning point of the match: Babar

Pakistan captain Babar Azam called the turning point of the match when Hasan Ali dropped a simple catch of Matthew Wade in the second semi-final against Australia.

Babar said after the match, ‘The way we started was according to our plan. We also made a good total but our bowling was not that accurate. Babar described Wade’s life as the turning point of the match and said, “If you drop the catch on such occasions, the match will turn like this and that was the turning point as well.” The way we played the entire tournament is commendable. We are expecting the team to do better in the days to come.

Wade hit two fours and four sixes in his unbeaten 41 off 17 balls. Wade hit three consecutive sixes off Shaheen Shah Afridi in the third ball of the 19th over after receiving a life-saving delivery from Hasan Ali and ended the semi-final an over earlier.

Despite this defeat, Azam praised his team and said, ‘Every player has played the role that was given to him. The way people supported us was great. We thank them.

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