Video of Hasan Ali dancing on street to live music goes viral on social media
In a recent TikTok video shared by all-rounder Shadab Khan, Hasan was seen dancing in a similar fashion on the streets.
Updated - Jun 18, 2020 8:09 pm
It hasn’t been a year to remember for Hasan Ali. After a poor outing in the 2019 World Cup, he has been struggling to cope up with injuries. However, the 25-year-old pacer has responded positively to the virtual rehabilitation session for his latest back injury and is expected to bounce back to international stage soon.
Meanwhile, a dancing video of Hasan Ali has been doing rounds on social media. The video, which was shared by his compatriot Asif Ali, has hogged the attention due to Hasan’s dancing skills. Hasan is regarded as a good dancer and it was evident in the clip.
Hasan can be seen shaking a leg as some musicians play on their percussion instruments on street. The Pakistan international tosses some money for the musicians and continues dancing for a few more seconds while departing from the scene.
This is not the first time when the world has witnessed Hasan’s dancing moves. In a recent TikTok video shared by all-rounder Shadab Khan, Hasan was seen dancing in a similar fashion on the streets to the tune of a street musician.
Hasan Ali was a part of Peshawar Zalmi squad in PSL 2020
Hasan last donned the Pakistan jersey in the 2019 World Cup encounter against India at Manchester where the Men in Green suffered 89-run defeat (D/L method). The Punjab-born pacer has represented Pakistan in 9 Tests, 53 ODIs and 30 T20Is in which he has scalped 31, 82 and 35 wickets respectively.
He was also a part of the Peshawar Zalmi squad in the fifth season of the Pakistan Super League. However, the tournament was called off before semi-finals in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic.
Considering his struggle with his back injury, Hasan was not included in Pakistan’s 29-man squad for the upcoming tour of England. The Men in Green are slated to play three Tests and as many T20Is against the Three Lions.
Reacting to Hasan’s struggle with injuries, PCB Chief Executive had said, “Hasan Ali is one of our assets and heroes of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 victory. It is the PCB’s responsibility to look after him during these difficult times so that he focuses and works solely on his fitness.”