New Delhi. Pakistan had to face defeat in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup. Pacer Hassan Ali was targeted by some Pakistani fans after losing the semi-final match to Australia. The reason for this was that he dropped a catch of Matthew Wade on the crucial occasion. Captain Babar Azam himself also told the turning point of the match to drop the same catch. After this, as if the trollers fell behind him. Now Ali has broken the silence on this and shared an emotional post on social media. Hassan wrote that no one will be more disappointed than him at this time.
Pakistan performed very well in the T20 World Cup. He won all his five matches in the league stage. Defeated arch-rivals India for the first time in the history of the World Cup. He was considered a strong contender for the title but Australia broke his dream by defeating him by 5 wickets in the semi-final. Batting first in that match played in Dubai, Pakistan made a strong score of 176 for 4 wickets. Chasing the target, Australia lost the wicket of their captain Aaron Finch on the team score of 1 run, who could not even open the account. Half of Australia’s team returned to the pavilion till the team score of 96 runs but later Wade and Marcus Stoinis turned the match around.
27-year-old Hasan Ali had a disappointing performance in the match. He conceded 44 runs in his quota of 4 overs and then dropped the catch of Wade in the 19th over. Now he has shared a special post on this in the name of fans. Hassan wrote, ‘I know you are all disappointed as my performance did not live up to your expectations … but (you) are not more disappointed than me. Don’t lower your expectations from me. I want to serve Pakistan cricket in a big way, so will come back with hard work.
Hasan Ali wrote an emotional post on Twitter
He further wrote, ‘This will make me stronger. Thanks for all the messages, tweets, posts, phone calls and prayers – they were needed. Hassan took a total of 5 wickets in 6 matches in this T20 World Cup. Against India, he took 2 wickets for 44 runs. Now Australia will face New Zealand in the final.