Hasan Ali, after getting injured, sits out of the cricketing action since June 2019. He returned to play a domestic game for Central Punjab, but the situation exacerbated as his injuries prolonged. His next stop would be the upcoming edition of the highly admired Pakistan Super League (PSL) where he is meant to represent Peshawar Zalmi.
Recently, Peshawar’s head coach Mohammad Akram gave an update about Hasan’s fitness as he believes that the paceman will be available right from the start of the tournament. However, he added that he won’t rush him into any game as the 25-year old cricketer won’t have enough match practice under his belt.
It is important to note that Hasan is the second highest wicket-taker of the history of Pakistan’s darling T20 competition. Playing 36 games, the right-arm bowler claimed 51 wickets at 18.82. An economy of 7.20 further speaks volumes of his ability with ball in hand. Moreover, he is one of the only two bowlers to pick more than 50 wickets in PSL.