Criticism never bothers me, I always focus on my game: Asif Ali


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Asif Ali, the batsman of the Pakistan cricket team, has made his name in the headlines by raining spectacular sixes in his last two matches. And when asked what you would like to say to those who criticize you or what difference does it make to you, Asif Ali said that I take care of my game. I am not bothered by criticism. I play for my country. And for that I feel proud of myself.

Asif Ali has earned his name with very good batting at this time, but due to Asif Ali, Pakistan cricket team has also faced defeat due to Asif Ali in the last international matches.

Asif Ali said that first of all I stay away from social media and I do not talk to people who talk more nonsense. I don’t know about the evils happening about me. Asif Ali made this statement when he scored 25 runs in 7 balls against Afghanistan.

When the Pakistan cricket team needed 24 runs in the last 2 overs, Asif Ali scored 25 runs in 7 balls, and pushed the Pakistan cricket team to victory.

Due to this victory of the Pakistan cricket team, their place in the semi-finals has become very easy.

Asif Ali is not paying attention to any kind of criticism at this time, and one reason for this is that when the committee headed by Mohammad Wasim gave Asif Ali another chance, people said that Choosing Asif Ali is a big mistake.

Asif Ali has played 3 matches so far at a strike rate of 147 runs, but when it comes to T20 International matches, his strike rate during his international match becomes 123.74 and he has played 29 T20Is with the same strike rate. International matches have been played.

The target of 41 runs against Zimbabwe was the best score and before 2018 this player could not score more than 10 runs in four matches.

To this Asif Ali replied saying that a spokesperson will only tell you that you have scored 10 or less but no one will tell you that you have played the last 2 or 3 balls. Now how much can two or three persons make, if 2 or 3 sixes can be scored then 12 or 18 runs can be scored.

When I was playing the last series with Zimbabwe, at that time I was coming to bat at number six, and at that time our team was also not in good condition. If I didn’t perform well, I would have been pushed further down. And I don’t even get to play middle order.


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Vishal Kumawat
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