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Apology forms are available – Islamabad United for Asif Ali

Apology forms are available - Islamabad United for Asif Ali

After the dynamic innings of Asif Ali versus Afghanistan, where he cleared that his showcase against New Zealand was not just a fluke, the internet posts are full or praises for the middle-order batter.

Islamabad United, the Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchise, where Asif got his hype from, loaded their player with the deserving praises following the two match-winning innings.

The post wrote, “Asif Ali Apology forms are available”

Notably, the statement came in the enlightenment of the fact that Asif was brutally crushed under the criticism on his selection in the T20 World Cup 2021. Since the ODI World Cup 2019, Asif was seen striving on the grounds following his daughter’s cancerous status turning into death.

However, featuring in the latter seasons of the PSL, and in the National T20 Cup 2021, Asif, wearing the red jerseys, had nothing else than shutting his critics up proving himself as a worthy finisher.

Apology forms are available – Islamabad United for Asif Ali

Not only his PSL franchise, but the critics turned fans are left with no option than praising Asif’s devotion. People write, “the apology should be as louder as the disgrace was.”

Pakistan could have lost both of the games; vs NZ, vs Afg, but the newly added finisher to Pakistan Cricket’s vacant finisher hard-hitter spot, made it possible with his knocks of 27* off 12, and 25* off 7.

The six-hitting machine, during 19th over, blew four sixes to the Afghanistan’s bowler, Karim Janat, and coiled up the game sparing an over. Pakistan won their third consecutive match of the T20 World Cup 2021 – a highly successful campaign so far, and Asif’s contributions are too apparent.

Asif Ali’s sixes highlights:

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