Right-arm Pakistani pacemaker Hasan Ali believes that Misbah-ul Haq, the head coach and Waqar Younis, the bowling train, should have remained with the team until after the T20 World Cup. The T20 World Cup is just around the corner and Hasan stated his exit is disillusioning.
Hasan added that despite the departures of both the coaches the team of Pakistan will be prepared to participate in the competition and will do its best. Hasan said his job is to win matches in his country and to make changes in the management of the national team is not his domain.
The 27-year-old wished the former trainers the best of luck in their future efforts, and he told the two gamers that he enjoyed learning. Hasan spoke also about Waqar Younis’s effect on his career and thanked him for his contribution to making him a great bowler.
“Waquar Younis Bhai is my role model because I felt like I was a quick bowler when I first watched him on TV. While working with him, I admire him a lot and really felt proud.”
The 27-year-old wished the former trainer every opportunity in the future to learn from two game leaders. Hasan also spoke about the impact Waqar Younis made on his career and expressed his thanks to the former pacer for his contribution.
“Waqar Younis Bhai is my role model since I first watched him on the TV and decided to become a fast-bowler. When working with him, I admire him a lot and felt incredibly proud.”