Wasim Akram backs Hasan Ali after dropping the crucial wicket

After dropping the catch of Australian cricketer Wade in the high clash semi-final match between Pakistan and Australia everyone is after Hasan Ali now. 

On 11th November the clash between Pakistan-Australia resulted in Pakistan’s loss against Australia. A hard-earned score by Pakistan right from the beginning of their campaign and after 16 historic wins against big teams like India, Afghanistan; Pakistan was the first team to qualify for the semi-finals. 

David Warner was in great form by hitting 49*,  the big clash witnessed the incredible win of Australia after Matthew Wade took the charge to bat for his team and made 41* off 17-balls in partnership with Marcus Stoinis who was not out on 40* off 31-balls. 

The big team Australia was struggling at 96-5 when Matthew came on the initial stages of him, Hasan Ali who was expected to catch him out dropped the crucial catch which gave Wade a big chance to hit three big SIXES to win the match by an amazing figure of 177 in Dubai to win against Pakistan who made 176/4. 

Former cricketer Wasim Akram stood by Hasan Ali and tweeted in favor of Ali. Akram doesn’t want the big crowd of Pakistan to be after him now which the former cricketers have already faced. The 55-year old’s tweet reads:

“What we don’t want is that the whole country gets after poor Hasan Ali now. I have been through this, Waqar Younis has been through it. In other countries, it’s just a game for people. The next day, you say well-tried, bad luck, better luck next time, and move on,”

Talking further about the players mental and emotional condition after their big loss against Australia Akram added:

“This situation is as tough for the players as it is for the fans. The players will go to their rooms, they’ll be quiet, they won’t talk to their families and the defeat will haunt them. As a nation, we don’t want to add fire to that fuel.” 

After winning the semi-final match in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 against Pakistan, Australia will now lock its horn against New Zealand, the team is waiting for their final match with their direct entry in the finals after winning the match against England on 10th November.