Hasan Ali

Country: Pakistan
Born: July 02, 1994, Gujranwala, Punjab
Batting Style: Right hand Bat
Bowling Style: Right arm Medium fast
Playing role: Bowler

Hasan Ali Bio

Hasan Ali is a renowned Pakistani cricketer known for his medium-fast bowling, simple bowling action, and a wide array of variations. Born on February 7, 1994, in Mandi Bahauddin, Punjab, Hasan made his first-class debut at the young age of 19. It was during this debut match against Lahore Ravi that he showcased his talent by securing a remarkable four-wicket haul in the first innings.

Although Hasan’s cricketing journey initially began with club cricket, he quickly rose through the ranks to represent the Under-16 level at the regional level. Despite not making it onto the national youth squads, he managed to capture attention during the 2015 National T20 Cup, where he picked up eight wickets in four matches while playing under the captaincy of the esteemed Shoaib Malik. His outstanding performance in the 2016 National One-Day cup, where he took 17 wickets at an average of 17.05, played a crucial role in earning him a well-deserved spot in the Pakistan national side.

Keeping a watchful eye on Hasan’s progress in the domestic circuit, Peshawar Zalmi head coach Mohammad Akram recognized his potential and promptly acquired him from the emerging category in the Pakistan Super League.

Hasan’s transition to international cricket was incredibly smooth, as he exhibited remarkable talent and skill right from the beginning. Within his first 15 One Day Internationals (ODIs), he took two five-wicket hauls and showcased exceptional line and length during his Test debut. This debut was particularly memorable as it coincided with the farewells of cricketing legends Misbah-ul-Haq and Younis Khan. Hasan’s incredible performance in his Test debut assisted Pakistan in securing a thrilling victory in Dominica.

However, it was during the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy that Hasan truly made his mark on the international stage. Although he had a rocky start to the tournament, conceding 70 runs in ten overs against India, he quickly turned the tables. Demonstrating exceptional skills, Hasan took three wickets in each of Pakistan’s next four matches, ultimately becoming the leading wicket-taker of the tournament with an average of 14.69 and an impressive economy rate of 4.29. His ability to consistently take wickets during the middle overs played a pivotal role in Pakistan’s triumph, as they lifted their first global ODI trophy since the 1992 World Cup. Hasan’s remarkable achievement was recognized by his peers as he was awarded the Player of the Tournament honor, further solidifying his status as a rising talent in the cricketing world.

Hasan Ali’s undeniable talent, combined with his passion and dedication to the sport, has cemented his place as one of Pakistan’s most promising cricketers. As he continues to display remarkable skills and lead the bowling attack for his national team, cricket enthusiasts eagerly anticipate Hasan’s future accomplishments on the grand stage of international cricket.

Hasan Ali Career Stats

Hasan Ali Batting Stats

Batting Matches Innings Nos Runs High Score Ave BF SR 100s 50s 4s 6s Ct St
Tests 24 38 6 382 30 11.93 527 72.48 0 0 34 20 6 0
T20Is 50 19 10 129 23 14.33 69 186.95 0 0 7 11 12 0
ODIs 66 38 11 383 59 14.18 327 117.12 0 2 28 24 13 0
FC 80 117 24 1512 106* 16.25 1940 77.93 1 7 144 76 23 0
List A 97 61 16 733 59 16.28 598 122.57 0 3 53 49 35 0
T20s 173 79 31 556 45 11.58 379 146.7 0 0 36 35 45 0

Hasan Ali Bowling Stats

Bowling Matches Innings Balls Runs Wkts BBI BBM Ave Econ SR 4w 5w 10w
Tests 24 46 4295 2185 80 5/27 10/114 27.31 3.05 53.6 2 6 1
T20Is 50 49 1015 1414 60 4/18 4/18 23.56 8.35 16.9 1 0 0
ODIs 66 64 3188 3084 100 5/34 5/34 30.84 5.8 31.8 2 4 0
FC 80 139 14428 7882 315 8/107 11/94 25.02 3.27 45.8 13 18 4
List A 97 95 4674 4357 152 5/34 5/34 28.66 5.59 30.7 6 4 0
T20s 173 171 3773 4984 227 5/20 5/20 21.95 7.92 16.6 6 1 0

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