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PSL 2023: Hasan Ali spoke out in support of QG captain Sarfaraz Ahmed

  • Hasan Ali is a right-arm pacer of Pakistan.
  •  He backs Quetta Gladiators captain Sarfaraz Ahmed.
  • Gladiators  team suffered a sixth defeat in the ongoing eighth edition of PSL.

PSL 2023: Hasan Ali, a right-arm pacer, spoke out briefly in support of Quetta Gladiators captain Sarfaraz Ahmed after his team suffered a sixth defeat in the ongoing eighth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL).

When the Gladiators had Qalandars seven down for 50 runs in 10 overs, they had a crucial opportunity to secure a much-needed two points to make a case for playoff qualification.

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Lahore Qalandars were brought back from 50/7 to 148, which their bowlers easily defended, thanks to Sikandar Raza’s incredible 71-run innings. This helped the team secure a convincing 17-run victory.

Before experiencing a match-changing collapse, the Gladiators got off to a strong start in the run chase with their openers Will Smeed and Yasir Khan raising 50 runs within the powerplay.

As his team struggled to reach 64/4 in the 11th over, Sarfaraz came out to bat. However, because of his inability to play big shots, the Gladiators fell 17 runs short despite having an unbeaten captain.

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Despite his poor performance, he managed to score 27 points off 28 deliveries and hit only one boundary.

After the disastrous performance of Gladiators, Islamabad United’s right-arm pacer Hasan spoke out in Sarfaraz’s defence and urged him to “stay strong.” Sarfaraz is now the captain of Pakistan.

“Stay strong, mera kaptan [Sarfaraz Ahmed],” Hasan tweeted.

It is important to note that the Gladiators, who have just two points after seven games in the PSL 8 standings, need a miraculous turnaround in order to make the playoffs.



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