Virat’s Absence in Asia Cup Will Benefit Pakistan: Hasan Ali

Virat’s Absence in Asia Cup Will Benefit Pakistan: Hasan AliLahore (September 07, 2018): Fast bowler of Pakistani Cricket team, Hasan Ali expressed his determination of great performance in Asia Cup and said that absence of Indian Captain, Virat Kohli in the event will be an advantage for Pakistan.While speaking to media during the ongoing training camp at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore, fast bowler Hasan Ali said, ‘I would love to pick up five or even ten wickets in match against India so that my fans can enjoy my unique celebration style. Hopefully the Indo-Pak encounter will be a good one’.He said that our main focus is the entire tournament rather than winning one game and losing others. We have to beat other teams and try to win the tournament. He said, ‘It’s okay if he is not coming … I will look for him the next time’.He stated that their experience of playing in the UAE will aid them in the upcoming event.  The conditions in UAE will suit them as they have experience of playing here regularly. He further added, ‘I want to play Test cricket and that’s my ambition. Similarly like my T20I and ODI performance, I want to carry on my good work in Tests as well’.The Asia Cup is scheduled to begin from September 15 with the opening match between Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. Pakistan will play its first match against the team which comes through the qualifying round on September 16, while the Green Caps will lock horns with their nemeses India on September 19.Related News:Injured Hasan Ali Calls Shadab To Perform His Celebratory MoveHasan Ali Fears Injury Ahead of Lords TestSpread the loveabbtakk Abbtakk english Abbtakk News Abbtakk Pakistan abbtakk sports Abbtakk Updates abbtakktv Asia Cup English English News Gaddafi stadium Hassan Ali Lahore Pakistan Pakistan News pakistani news Sports Sports News UAE Virat Kohli Virat's Absence in Asia Cup Will Benefit Pakistan: Hasan Ali

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