Pakistani cricketer Hassan Ali was born on July 2, 1994. In 2016 in August, he played for the first time as a Pakistani cricketer in One day International match. He was also selected for the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy. In this tournament, he took thirteen wickets and was awarded Man of the match. He proved to be Pakistan’s fastest Bowler in this tournament as he took 50 wickets in the One Day International matches. Pakistan Cricket Board awarded him with the central contract for the 2018 -2018 series.
He was encouraged by his family from an early age to play cricket. He was also a member of the team in the matches against England and Ireland in August 2016 for One Day International matches. On September 7, 2016, he made his international Twenty20 debut against England. A series against West Indies was played in April 2017. Hassan was also added to Pakistan Test Squad in this series. On May 10, 2017, he made his test debut for Pakistan against the West indies.
In 2017 he proved to be the first Bowler who took maximum wickets in ODIs with 45 dismissals. As a result, he became the Emerging Player of the Pakistan Cricket Board in 2017. In 2019 he was a member of the team for the Cricket World Cup. In 2019 he played his fiftieth ODI match. He got injured in September 2019 and finally recovered fully in 2020.
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In January 2021, after the break of two years, he was called back for the Test squad, and the match was against South Africa. In 2021 he became the man of the match in the match against Zimbabwe. He took nine wickets in this match and yet proved to be one of the competitive players.
Pakistan Super League
He was a member of the Pakistan Super League 2016 season for the team Peshawar Zalmi. His first match In Pakistan Super League was against Karachi Kings. He also played in the team of Peshawar Zalmi in the 2017 series. He was also awarded the second-highest wicket-taker in this series. He was the leading wicket-taker in the 2019 Pakistan Super League Series. He took 25 dismissals and proved to be the Bowler of the tournament, which is undoubtedly a huge success for such a newcomer.
He scored a century in the finale playing for Quaid-e-Azam Trophy in January 2021. He has also been named as the Captain of Central Punjab for the 2020-2021 Pakistan Cup.