Pakistan cricket team thanks hotel staff in Zimbabwe for taking excellent care of the players
In the two-match Test series between Pakistan and Zimbabwe, right-arm pacer Hasan Ali was the star performer for the Pakistan side.
Updated - May 12, 2021 1:47 pm
The Pakistan cricket team thrashed the Zimbabwe side by a margin of 2-0 in a short two match Test series that took place between the two sides at Harare. In both the Test matches, Pakistan won by an innings and gave the Zimbabwe side an absolute pounding.
And now, the manager of the Pakistan cricket team, Mansoor Rana has thanked the entire Pakistan cricket management for doing a wonderful job and winning the series against Zimbabwe. Rana also stated that there were some excellent individual performances as well.
He further added that the Pakistan team would like to thank the entire hotel staff for taking care of the Pakistan side throughout the series against Zimbabwe. He also stated that the staff took excellent care of the players during the month of Ramadan, by serving wonderful dishes for Iftar and Sehri.
“First of all, I would like to take this opportunity and thank Pakistan team, the players, and the whole management. They have done a wonderful job by winning the series. There have been some individual brilliant performances.
At the same time, I would like to thank the entire hotel staff on behalf of our team for taking care of us throughout the series, especially during the ongoing month of Ramadan by serving us with Sehri and Iftari,” said Mansoor Rana to ARY Sports.
Hasan Ali was the star performer for Pakistan against Zimbabwe
In the two-match Test series between Pakistan and Zimbabwe, right-arm pacer Hasan Ali was the star performer for the Pakistan side. Ali scalped 14 wickets in the series and picked them at a stunning average of just 8.93.
In the 4 innings that he bowled, Ali scalped two five-wicket hauls, as the Zimbabwe batsmen were completely at sea against the guile that Ali displayed with the red cherry in hand.
Apart from Hasan Ali, Abid Ali was another man who stood up for Pakistan. The right-handed opening batsman smashed a scintillating double century in the 2nd Test against Zimbabwe and helped the Babar Azam led side post a gargantuan total of 510/8 in their first innings. Even in the first Test, Abid Ali scored 60 off 140 deliveries.