“Leave Him Alone”: Watch Wasim Akram’s Passionate Defence Of Pakistan Pacer After 1st ODI vs West Indies

“Leave Him Alone”: Watch Wasim Akram’s Passionate Defence Of Pakistan Pacer After 1st ODI vs West Indies

Babar Azam His 103-run innings helped Pakistan beat the West Indies by five wickets in the first ODI at the Multan Cricket Stadium on Wednesday. While the Pakistani batsmen performed brilliantly in the chase, the bowlers benefited a lot as the West Indies scored 305 for eight in their innings. other than that Shadab Khan And Shaheen AfridiThe rest of the bowlers came back with an economy rate of over 6. Hassan Ali was the only one of the five bowlers used to remain without a wicket, and his bowling was widely criticized on Twitter.

Great Pakistan Wasim Akram He was not at all happy with Hassan Ali’s criticism on social media. The former Pakistani enthusiastically defended the bowler and asked fans and journalists to leave him alone.

Friends, I have a request. Leave Hassan Ali alone. Please leave him alone. If we don’t trust him, who will? He didn’t even do his second over and started the trend – ‘Why is that? Even our journalists are writing. He performed when he was in Lancashire, people are praising him, he is a match winner. So don’t worry about these people, we are all behind you. As before Cricketer, as a former captain, I support Hassan Ali, “Wasim Akram said in a video shared on his official Twitter handle.

Talking about the match, Akram praised the performance in pursuing Babar and other batsmen.

“Great chase of 300, it was a comfortable chase, Babar scored a century, Imam was a consistent performer, then of course Rizwan we all know how great a player he is and then خوشدل شاہ In the end he batted brilliantly. It was really nice to see that. “

During the West Indies innings Harris Rauf Take four wickets but remain the most expensive Pakistani bowler. Shaheen Afridi took two wickets while Shadab Khan and Muhammad Nawaz took one wicket each.


Shy Hope He remained the top scorer in the match with an impressive 127 runs Number Brooks Scored a penalty of 70.

In this pursuit, for Pakistan, apart from Babar, Imam-ul-Haq (65) and Muhammad Rizwan (59) scored half-centuries. Khushdal Shah also contributed a lot, scoring an unbeaten 41 off just 23 balls.

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