#INDwithHasanAli Trends After Hasan Ali Receives Backlash And Abuses From Pakistan

Pakistan cricket team was shown the exit doors from the ongoing T20 World cup 2021 after they were thrashed by Australia in the must-win semi-final match. Riding on Matthew Wade’s heroics, Australia defeated Pakistan by 5 wickets and with an over to spare. However, ever since they lost the game, their star player Hasan Ali has found himself under the scanner of criticism and trolling.

Well, things were looking in favor of the Pakistan cricket team until pacer Hasan Ali dropped Matthew Wade off Shaheen Afridi in the penultimate over to see things flip 360 degree for them. Shaheen Afridi almost did the work he was brought for in the penultimate over, but paceman Hasan Ali gave Matthew Wade a lifeline by dropping him on the boundary in the 19th over and the rest is history.

Matthew Wade went crazy with the bat and smashed three stunning sixes to take his team straight to the final showdown.

As soon as the match got over, Babar Azam went on to speak about the match and said it was that one catch that cost Pakistan cricket team the match. Babar was slammed for his harsh statement for his teammate. He had said: “The turning point was that dropped catch by Hasan Ali. Had we taken it, the scenario could have been different”.

Following the defeat, Pakistan cricketer Hassan Ali found himself under the scanner of criticism and trolling. Several fans from Pakistan started abusing the Pakistan pacer for his error on the field. However, as several fans went on to abuse Ali, several Indians have now come in support of Hasan Ali and are showering praises at the cricketer, after all, it was a game.

Here, check out how Indians came out in support of Hasan Ali:

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