Hasan Ali Opens Up On The #PAKvIND #T20WC Match

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Hasan Ali during a virtual press conference shared his thoughts about the upcoming ICC #T20WC as well as on the #PAKvIND game and so, here is a look at what he had to say.

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Hasan Ali Optimistic Ahead Of The #PAKvIND #T20WC Match

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Pakistan’s leading pacer while shedding light on Pakistan’s first T20 world cup match against India said, “We [Pakistan] have a good combination and ability to beat any team in the world. I have full faith in my team that we will give 100 per cent. I don’t claim that we will come back with the trophy because results are not in our hands. What we have in our hands is the effort we can put in and we can ensure that we give a fair fight in every game we play. Obviously a lot of hype has already been created about our first two games with India and New Zealand. We don’t have any room to get complacent and can’t afford to take these matches lightly. We will go all prepared from the first game and obviously if you go onto win the opening game it boosts your confidence. Pressure is there but we all are professional and we know how to deal with it.” 

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Wants To Lead Pakistan’s Pace Attack

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While expressing the desire to lead Pakistan’s pace attack Hasan said, “I want to lead my side’s pace attack and put up exemplary performances. I have to win games for my team no matter where and when I bowl or bowl. Wickets in UAE have always been slow and whatever cricket we played and watched, we hardly saw 200-plus runs scored in an innings. The whole world knows that these will be low scoring games and I would say if you score 160-170 it may well be a winning score.”