Pacer has been experiencing back pain for the last two months and was advised rest by doctors
Pakistan’s fast-bowler Hasan Ali gave a befitting response to Indian critics after being targeted on social media for taking part in a ramp-walk while recovering from an injury.
Ali has been experiencing back pain for the last two months and was advised rest by doctors. Due to being unfit, the fast-bowler could not take part in the ongoing Quaid-e-Azam (QeA) Trophy, was left out of the side for the recently concluded series against Australia and could not take part in Pakistan’s ongoing historic Test series against Sri Lanka at home.
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The 25-year-old however took part in a bridal fashion show in Lahore recently where he donned a groom’s outfit. He completed the walk by doing his patented celebration which led to a social media storm.
Ali, however, responded to News State, who questioned his honesty with regards to the injury, by stating that they should not be worried about his fitness.
“For your information, I am 70 per cent recovered from my injury. My fans are enough to worry about me and my health. You should not worry it,” he tweeted.
आपकी जानकारी के लिए बता देता हूं मैंने 60-70% रिकवर कर लिया है। मेरे फैंस मेरी चिंता करने के लिए काफी है लिहाज़ा आपको इसकी ज़रूरत नहीं... धन्यवाद🙏🏻 https://t.co/iDTLtGoJKT— Hassan Ali 🇵🇰 (@RealHa55an) December 10, 2019