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Hasan Ali’s celebration gone wrong unfortunately; here’s what happened

One of the most important bowlers of the Pakistan cricket team, Hasan Ali has established himself as one the lead bowlers of the team over the past couple years. He debuted in 2016 and has been a wicket taker.

With the new ball and his pace he can move the ball both ways and trouble the batters, especially in powerplay overs.

Furthermore, the pacer has a unique way of celebrating a wicket, which he calls it the ‘bomb explosion’ celebration. During a match against Zimbabwe, Hasan blew away the off stumps of the batter, but hurt himself with his celebration.

On the first ball of the 38th over he was bowling to Ryan Murray, the batter was wanting to defend, but misjudged the ball completely and crashing on to the stumps. Hasan got down and did his celebration shouting ‘boom’. But, immediately after he had his hands on the left side of his neck. It seemed as if he had pulled something while celebrating.

All the teammates came around and surrounded the bowler, the then skipper Sarfraz Ahmed  was making his way from behind the wickets and we could see the funny side of him as he had to try really hard to hold his laughter.

However, nothing serious and Hasan was up bowling again in the match, he was fired up more and clinched two wickets more.

Trolls and memes were flooding all over the internet for the Pakistani.

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