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Pakistan pace bowler Hasan Ali has admitted that he is “really pleased with my form at the moment” and is raring to go for the World Cup later this year.
Hasan struggled during Pakistan’s tour of South Africa as he took six wickets in two Tests at an average of 44.50.
He then claimed two wickets in three ODIs at an average of 53 and one wicket in two Twenty20 Internationals at an average of 82.
However, he has turned his fortunes around in the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL) as he currently sits atop the wicket-takers list with 22 victims in 11 games for the Peshawar Zalmi at an average of 12.86 and economy rate of 6.68.
“I am really pleased with my form at the moment and things are building up nicely ahead of the World Cup later this year,” he was quoted as saying by PakPassion. “The challenge is to continue the good form and make it count at the World Cup.
“I am someone who gives 100 percent whether I am playing against my friends in the street or in international cricket and that’s the way it should be.
“I am blessed to have the opportunity to play international cricket and there should be no half-measures, I am in the privileged position of playing for my country, an opportunity that millions around the world would want, so when I go out onto the field for Pakistan, there is only one thought and that is to give absolutely everything whether it’s with the bat, ball or in the field.”