Babar Azam hopes Hasan Ali will soon overcome his bad patch – Latest News – The Nation
LAHORE – Pakistan skipper Babar Azam is backing pacemaker Hasan Ali saying he is having a bad time and hopes he will get over his bad time soon as everyone is supporting him to regain lost contact.
“Hasan Ali is going through a bad patch and needs our support and we will continue to do so to help him regain the lost contact and confidence as he has won many matches for the country,” Babar said during a online press conference after his side lost the lone T20I to Australia here at Gaddafi Stadium on Tuesday night.
Babar said there were ups and downs in the game and the home side had some good players who failed to rise to the occasion. “We will give them (players) opportunities as we find a balanced combination for the World Cup that we have time for and we will manage to further strengthen the combination for the mega event,” he said. he assures.
The skipper says he makes the decisions himself in order to bring the best XI to the pitch. “But I also consult everyone (concerned) and take the best advice and try to do what is good for the team to improve its performance,” he said and added: “A Low run total was the main reason for the home team’s loss to Australia.”Our runs were a bit weak. We should have kept up the momentum and we should have performed better on the pitch and also taken advantage of the chances that came up. presented themselves to us in the game.
Babar denied that his team was under pressure in the match or that they lost the encounter due to a due factor on the night. “We could play better, our runs were less and we will try to do better in our future cricket assignments,” the local captain said. He expressed his gratitude to the Australian side for visiting Pakistan after a long time and said the touring side enjoy playing cricket during their tour.
On a question, the captain said he wanted to play longer and better innings to help his team get a tough total, which they couldn’t achieve in the match. “Spinner Usman Qadir had the opportunity and took advantage of it. I am confident that he will do better in the future,” Babar said, adding, “Now we will give time to our families while the month sacred of Ramazan is taking place and we will also love it and then get back to the game after the break.”