HASAN ALI | PSL Peshawar Zalmi Team 2020 Player


Full Name: Hasan AliHASAN ALI

Born: 02 Jul 1994 Gujranwala, Punjab, Pakistan

Current age: 25 years 188 day(s)

Major teams: Pakistan A, Pakistan, Sialkot, Sialkot Region, Central Punjab, Sialkot Stallions,

Islamabad Region, Sialkot Under-16s, Sayid Paper, PSL Peshawar Zalmi Team.

Batting style: Right-handed

Bowling style: Right Arm Medium Fast


Hasan Ali is a medium-quick bowler with a basic bowling activity and a mix of varieties. He made his top-notch debut at

19 years old and great against Lahore Ravi with a four-wicket pull in the primary innings. His vocation began with club

cricket and rose up to the local Under-16 level yet he didn’t make youth squads at the national level. Nonetheless, he

figured out how to increase some consideration in the 2015 National T20 Cup in where he got eight wickets in four

matches under the captaincy of Shoaib Malik. His 17 wickets at 17.05 in the National One-Day cup in 2016 was a key

piece of him being elevated to the Pakistan side. Peshawar Zalmi lead trainer Mohammad Akram had been checking

this procedure at the household circuit and snapped him structure the rising class in Pakistan Super League.


Check also:       PSL Islamabad United Team 2020 Players


Hasan made smooth progress to worldwide cricket, snatching two five-fours in his initial 15 ODIs and intriguing with his

tight lines on his Test debut – which agreed with the goodbyes of Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan – as Pakistan pulled

off a last-heave win in Dominica. All things considered, nobody could very envision the effect he would have on his first worldwide competition, the 2017 Champions Trophy.


HASAN ALI | PSL Peshawar Zalmi Team 2020 Player


Much like his group, Hasan started the competition severely, going for 70 in his ten overs in a substantial opening-

coordinate thrashing to India, before turning his structure around in a startlingly sensational way. Taking three wickets in

every one of Pakistan’s next four matches, he completed as the competition’s driving wicket-taker with 13 at a normal

of 14.69, while just yielding 4.29 an over. Hasan’s capacity to strike customary center overs blows was a key factor in

Pakistan lifting their first worldwide ODI trophy since the 1992 World Cup, and his Player-of-the-Tournament grant

lavishly merited.


Check also:       islamabad united squad for final

Batting and fielding averages

Batting & FieldingMInnNORunsHSAvgBFSR100200504s6s

Bowling averages




Recent matches

Batting & BowlingTeamOppositionGroundDateScorecard
3/100, 0, 0/17Central PNJBv Southern PNJLahore14-09-2019FC
1/84Pakistanv IndiaManchester16-06-2019ODI # 4161
1/67, 32Pakistanv AustraliaTaunton12-06-2019ODI # 4157
10*, 0/66Pakistanv EnglandNottingham3-06-2019ODI # 4148
1, 0/39Pakistanv West IndiesNottingham31-05-2019ODI # 4144
6Pakistanv AfghanistanBristol24-05-2019Other OD
1/70, 11Pakistanv EnglandLeeds19-05-2019ODI # 4140
1, 1/57Pakistanv EnglandNottingham17-05-2019ODI # 4138
18*, 0/55Pakistanv EnglandBristol14-05-2019ODI # 4135
1/81, 4*Pakistanv EnglandSouthampton11-05-2019ODI # 4133

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *