Hasan Ali is a medium-fast bowler with a simple bowling action and a blend of variations. He made his first-class debut at the age of 19 and impressive against Lahore Ravi with a four-wicket haul in the first innings. His career started with club cricket and rose up to the regional Under-16 level, but he did not make youth squads at the national level. However, he managed to gain some attention in the 2015 National T20 Cup in where he picked up eight wickets in four matches under the captaincy of Shoaib Malik. His 17 wickets at 17.05 in the National One-Day cup in 2016 was a key part of him being promoted to the Pakistan side. Peshawar Zalmi head coach Mohammad Akram monitored this process at the domestic circuit and snapped him form the emerging category in Pakistan Super League.
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Name: Hasan Ali
DOB: July 2, 1994
Place Of Birth: Mandi Bahauddin, Pakistan
Marital Status: Unmarried
Family: Aziz Ahmed (Father), Ata-ur-Rehman (Brother)
ODI Debut: vs Ireland in Dublin on 18th August 2016
Test Debut: vs West Indies in Dominica on 10th May 2017
T20I Debut: vs England in Manchester on 7th September 2016
Hasan Ali: Career Highlights
A modern day fast bowler hailing from Punjab, who relies on variations rather than on raw pace, a breed rarely seen from Pakistan. A silky smooth action which helps him in his economical approach to the crease, Ali has graduated through age group cricket and his moment of fame came in Pakistan’s limited over’s leg in England 2016 where he played four ODIs and the only T20I after making his ODI debut against Ireland on the same tour.
At the age of 19, he made his first-class debut against Lahore Ravi and claimed 4 wickets in the first innings. The scouts started noticing a raw talent which had blend of variations in the 2015 National T20 Cup in where he picked up eight wickets in four matches. 17 wickets in the National One-Day cup in 2016 got him enough attention to be selected under the category of emerging category by Peshawar Zalmi in the first season of PSL.
Much like his team, Hasan Ali began the tournament badly, going for 70 in his ten overs in a heavy opening-match defeat to India, before turning his form around in unexpectedly dramatic manner. Taking three wickets in each of Pakistan’s next four matches, he finished as the tournament’s leading wicket-taker with 13 at an average of 14.69, while only conceding 4.29 an over. Hasan’s ability to strike regular middle-overs blows was a key factor in Pakistan lifting their first global ODI trophy since the 1992 World Cup, and his Player-of-the-Tournament award richly deserved.
- Peshawar Zalmi,
- Pakistan A,
- St Kitts and Nevis Patriots,
- Comilla Victorians,
- Amsterdam Knights,
- Islamabad United,
- Sialkot Region,
Hasan Ali: Stats
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