Pakistan PM Imran Khan and Wasim Akram say THIS for Hasan Ali after loss to Australia

Pakistan’s former cricket star prime minister, Imran Khan, provided comfort after Babar Azam’s high-flying facet suffered an exit from the Twenty20 World Cup with a heart-breaking defeat to Australia within the semi-finals.

Former champions Pakistan went into the competition having received all 5 of their round-robin matches within the Super 12 stage however wicketkeeper-batter Matthew Wade belted three sixes in a row on Thursday to clinch a see-saw chase to ship Australia into Sunday’s ultimate.

“To Babar Azam and the team: I know exactly how all of you are feeling right now because I have faced similar disappointments on the cricket field,” former captain Khan stated on Twitter. “But you should all be proud of the quality of cricket you played and the humility you showed in your wins. Congratulations Team Australia.”

Former captain Ramiz Raja, who serves as the top of the Pakistan Cricket Board, additionally praised the group for their efficiency within the match, which they received in 2009. “You have united the land truly and you have refreshed its mood with promise,” Raja stated. “We thank you and we are proud the way you fought. Well done boys.”

There was additionally help for Hasan Ali who had a torrid time on the sector in opposition to Australia. Having conceded 44 runs in 4 wicketless overs, quick bowler Hasan additionally spilled a catch from Wade. Fast bowling nice Wasim Akram urged the followers to help Hasan as a substitute of criticising him.

“What we don’t want is that the whole country gets after poor Hasan Ali now,” Akram advised Pakistani channel A Sports. “This situation is as tough for the players as it is for the fans. The players will go to their rooms, they’ll be quiet, they won’t talk to their families and the defeat will haunt them. As a nation, we don’t want to add fire to that fuel.”

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