Hassan Ali claps back at troll after supporting Shahnawaz Dahani

The right-arm bowler served the savagery cold when a Twitter troll threw uncalled hate on him and Dahani

Hassan Ali claps back at troll after supporting Shahnawaz Dahani PHOTO: ICC

Not the first time, and certainly not the last time, when Twitter trolls have shown a ridiculous amount of hate towards national players over one bad performance. It all began when Shahnawaz Dahani conceded 105 runs against Zimbabwe Select on Saturday in the sixth one-day, which Shaheens lost by 32 runs.

In a tweet shared by the Dahani, he reflected upon his own performance and shared his bowling figures curated by a local sports news outlet.  

To all those who love Dahani, here is his focus & performance before & after injury. Except for today's performance, Dahani has 30 wickets in last 12 matches, & economy under 6, & "Remember Dahani will always enjoy his game & celebrate" β€οΈπŸ€™πŸ‡΅πŸ‡°.
credit: @grassrootscric analysis

— Shahnawaz Dahani (@ShahnawazDahani) May 27, 2023

Responding to the tweet, Hassan came out in support of his fellow cricketer and said a few good words in order to boost his morale. He wrote, "Keep your head high and keep performing." 

No need to worry bro.. we all know you are very talented and a hardworking cricketer.. cricket may sab ko runs partay han and it was just that day for you which is absolutely fine.. keep your head high and keep performing πŸ‘ŒπŸΌ ✨

— Hassan Ali πŸ‡΅πŸ‡° (@RealHa55an) May 27, 2023

However, seemingly, this wasn't taken well by one of the Bird app users, and he straight up called both of the pacers 'C-grade cricketers.'

Shut up both of you. C grade cricketers!

— Umar Khayyam (@utggondal) May 28, 2023

Unlike many trolls, this didn't go unnoticed by Hassan, and he responded in a humorous yet befitting way. 

Bhai please ap gussa na kre,We are doing hard work to become A Grade cricketer 😒

— Hassan Ali πŸ‡΅πŸ‡° (@RealHa55an) May 28, 2023

It is worth mentioning that Hassan played an integral role in claiming important victories for Pakistan, which notably included the Champions Trophy 2017. The right-arm pacer was named the player of the tournament after sealing off the event with 13 wickets at an average of 14.69 and an economy rate of 4.29.