Almost lost everything, Pakistan player who bounced back from rough times says

Pakistan pace bowler Hasan Ali said he almost lost everything

Pakistan pace bowler Hasan Ali: “There was a phase when I lost nearly everything”

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Pakistan seamer Hasan Ali revealed that he almost lost everything when he was going through rough times.

Hasan suffered injuries to his groin, back and ribs and even lost his central contract.

However, he made his comeback from recurring back injuries in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, where he captained Central Punjab.

He finished as the fourth-highest wicket-taker in the competition with 43 wickets in nine matches at an average of 20.06.

With the number of wickets he claimed, Hasan had the most wickets among pace bowlers in this year’s Quaid-e-Azam Trophy.

He also got the job done with the bat in the final against Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as he smashed an unbeaten 106, which came off 61 balls and included 10 boundaries and seven sixes.

His efforts nearly helped Central Punjab defend their title, but instead, the match ended as a tie and the trophy was shared between the two teams.

Hasan’s efforts earned him a recall to the Pakistan team, where he has excelled with the ball.

Most recently, he took a five-for in the first Test against Zimbabwe, which Pakistan won by an innings and 116 runs.

In fact, Hasan has taken 19 wickets in his last two Tests, which includes three five-wicket hauls.

“There was a phase when I lost nearly everything,” Hasan was quoted as saying by ESPNcricinfo. “It was a difficult journey. I was out of cricket for nearly two years, fighting with multiple injuries but came back after getting fitter.

“It was a frustrating time and I used to cry. But one thing I never forgot was to try and work hard. Because that was the only thing I had in my hands.”

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