Not long ago, Pakistani paceman Hasan Ali looked to have reacquired his bowling mojo as he ran riot in the last edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL). However, the Mandi Bahauddin born wasn’t able to emulate his success at the biggest stage as his international bowling form still remains a concern with which he’s been unimpressive so far in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament.
Even in the game against India, the 24-year old bowled poor line and lengths to dent Pakistan’s chances in the all-important contest. Recent dip in bowling form of Hasan has moved former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram to dissect his woes. Advising the young gun to pick a consistent and nagging length, the Lahore born opined that Hasan either bowls too short or too full which aids batters to manage him well.
“Hasan is either bowling too short or too full. He would need to improve and sort out his length and pitch there consistently. Tracks and conditions of England are needed to be kept in mind while bowling there,” said by 53-year old as he urged Hasan to revisit his bowling strategies and come back strongly in the 10-team competition.