Viral Video: ‘Who will teach how to catch..’- Fan publicly exposes Hasan Ali, player turns red with anger


In the video going viral on social media, one of the fans in the crowd is raising questions on Hasan Ali’s catching skills.

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Hasan Ali: Australia cricket team showed its dominance at home and defeated Pakistan 3-0 in the three-match Test series. The third test match was played at the Sydney Cricket Ground, in which the team won by 8 wickets. This test match was the last match of David Warner’s test career.

A large number of fans had come to support David Warner. During David Warner’s retiring speech, all the fans were allowed inside the stadium. But during this time Pakistani player Hasan Ali did a wrong thing. Whose video is going viral on social media.

Hasan Ali angry at fan

All the fans were present in the field to listen to David Warner’s retiring speech. After the post match presentation, fans stopped by to get autographs of their favorite cricketers. One fan in the crowd of fans was raising questions on the catching skills of Hasan Ali.

In the video going viral on social media, a fan is saying, ‘Come let me teach you how to catch’, hearing this Hasan Ali got very angry. Hasan Ali replied to the fan and said, ‘Yes brother, who will teach you how to catch?’

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Pakistan cricket team gets trolled a lot due to its poor fielding, there is nothing new in this. Hasan Ali’s performance in the Test series against Australia has been disappointing. In 4 innings he could take only 2 wickets with an economy of 2.76.

Watch the video here-

Pakistan will tour New Zealand

After the Test series against Australia, Pakistan cricket team is ready to play a five-match T20 series against New Zealand. The first match of the T20 series will be played on 12 January. T20 World Cup 2024 will be played in West Indies and USA from June 1. Both the teams will play the series keeping in mind the preparation for the upcoming tournament.

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