Hasan Ali's wife rubbishes threat rumours, tells her family is receiving huge support from Pakistan fans

Hasan Ali’s wife rubbishes threat rumours, tells her family is receiving huge support from Pakistan fans

Hasan Ali was severely criticized for dropping the crucial catch of Matthew Wade.

Hasan Ali and Shamia Arzoo
Hasan Ali and Shamia Arzoo. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Hasan Ali had a forgettable night on Thursday where Australia beat Pakistan to proceed to the finals. He wasn’t at his best. Not only did the pacer leak runs with the ball but also dropped a crucial catch of Matthew Wade which ended up being the deciding factor.

Even the Pakistani skipper Babar Azam spoke about the same during the post-match, presentation after the completion of the match. However, he did back his teammate during a post-match presser and added that they will be boosting his confidence.

Hasan Ali’s wife said that they have seen tons of support and no threats

Hasan Ali's Wife Samyah Khan
Hasan Ali’s wife’s IG story. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Samiya Hasan Ali, is Hasan Ali’s wife recently posted a story on her Instagram account which went viral. Contrary to what everyone is perceiving right now, she said that she and her daughter weren’t receiving any threats and instead, saw tons of support for them. Her story consisted of a Twitter account which was nothing but a fake account of herself.

The caption in her story was, “Saw many tweets circulating from this fake account that I, Hassan and my daughter are getting threats from people from Pakistan, which is absolutely wrong. Instead we’ve seen tons of support” read the caption.

Her caption also spoke about how the Twitter account was a fake one and she in fact, isn’t on Twitter. “Please don’t believe any such statements and don’t follow any accounts on Twitter pretending to be me. I am not on Twitter. Please report the accounts claiming to be me.” she said on her Instagram story.

The semis between Australia and Pakistan was one the Pakistani fans would want to forget. Matthew Wade and Marcus Stoinis were absolutely sensational towards the death overs of the second innings. Both of them kept their calm and ensured that their team cross the line with an over to spare. Three straight sixes by Wade saw Australia getting over the line easily with one over remaining.