After a horrendous first half, Pakistan recorded a superlative comeback in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament and as things started to look brighter for Pakistan, the net run-rate conundrum dented the boys in green to throw them out of the competition.
One of the major disappointments for the green team was the bowling form of rising pace sensation Hasan Ali who looked toothless in the competition. Playing only 4 games of the mega-event, the 25-year old claimed only 2 wickets at 128. Fans raised a valid concern and many even moved to call for Hasan’s exclusion from the national team.
However, all-rounder Sohail Tanvir has recently backed Hasan against all the backlash as he shared a valuable piece of advice for him. The 34-year old opined that Hasan will have to find the right lengths when ball isn’t doing much as a bowler needs to bowl economically in such circumstances. Discussing Hasan’s recent woes, the Rawalpindi born also advised Hasan to learn from Mohammad Amir who bowled economically in times when he wasn’t getting many wickets.
“Any player can improve himself regardless of how badly he may be doing at any point and the same can be hoped for Hasan Ali in future. Learning is a process which has no age limit and I am hoping that Hasan will improve his cricket and it’s not right to say that he is done as a cricketer, Tanvir argued while urging Hasan to make a strong comeback.