T20 World Cup 2021: Fakhar Zaman backs Hasan Ali after T20 World Cup semi-final loss. cricket news

T20 WC: Hasan Ali gets support from Fakhar Zaman after poor performance in semi-final vs Australia.© AFP

Pakistan batsman Hasan Ali has come out in support of the bowler after the team’s defeat in the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup. Hasan Ali was one of the main points of Pakistan’s five-wicket loss against Australia. In the final over of the match, which later turned out to be the final over, Ali dropped the catch of Australian batsman Matthew Wade, who then smashed three sixes in three balls to win the match for his team.

Fakhar called Hasan a “fighter” and there are not many players who can match the hard work and patience of a fast bowler.

Fakhar Zaman tweeted, “You are a champion only friend. You are a fighter. There are not many players in the world who can match your hard work, grit and determination. Hold your head high. We all proud of you.” Is.”

Earlier, Hassan issued a statement on Twitter for the first time since the Men in Green’s semi-final loss against Australia in the T20 World Cup 2021.

“I know you all are upset because my performance didn’t live up to your expectations from me but didn’t disappoint me more. Don’t change your expectations from me. I want to serve Pakistan cricket at the highest level, so back to hard work. Work for you. This patch will make me stronger for Alhumudillah. Thanks for all the messages,” Hassan had tweeted.

In the second semi-final, when David Warner and Maxwell fell to Shadab Khan in successive overs, the chase of 177 was a distant dream, but Stoinis and Wade had other ideas as they scored 81 runs in 7.4 overs.

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Stoinis started the comeback as Rauf went behind, but it was Wade who did the most damage with three consecutive sixes off Shaheen Shah Afridi.

Australia will now play New Zealand in the final of the T20 World Cup on Sunday.

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