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Pakistan batsman Asif Ali has said he only had intentions of playing attacking cricket after scoring a quickfire 72 not out in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.
Asif’s unbeaten 39-ball 72, which included nine boundaries and five sixes, came when he was representing Northern in their ongoing match against Central Punjab.
The 29-year-old, who last played international cricket in November 2019, is known for his big-hitting and put it on display for everyone to see.
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“To play attacking cricket was the only plan today,” he said in a video on Twitter from the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).