Hasnain vows to assist Quetta Gladiators battle again in PSL 2021 with ‘aggressive bowling’

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KARACHI: Young expertise Mohammad Hasnain has vowed to assist the Quetta Gladiators battle again within the sixth iteration of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) “with [his] aggressive bowling”.

Hasnain’s remarks got here throughout a post-match interview with The News after his facet went down towards Karachi Kings.

“I aim to bowl as fast as possible” in PSL 2021 and grow to be the match’s finest bowler, he informed The News, including that the Gladiators would do higher within the subsequent sport.

“I was excited for this game but we couldn’t put enough runs on board, although we tried our best. After a small total, I tried to bowl aggressively and try to get wickets early on,” the 20-year-old stated concerning the PSL 2021’s opener between Quetta Gladiators and Karachi Kings.

“Target today was to get openers out as soon as possible,” he stated about his 2/18 in 4 overs.

The Hyderabad-based quick bowler, who has performed 6 ODIs and 10 T20Is for Pakistan, stated he was making an attempt his finest to keep up the health degree and bowl as quick as potential.

“My goal is to make my team victorious and be the best bowler in the tournament. I want to give my best and along with my fellow fast bowlers — Nasim Shah and Usman Shinwari — do well and make Quetta Gladiators win games in PSL,” Hasnain stated.

‘No enjoyable for gamers’ with out a crowd

“I am hopeful of continuing with my aggressive bowling in remaining matches of PSL and help Gladiators fight back in the tournament,” he added.

Hasnain additionally shared his delight to see some crowd on the stadium after enjoying months of cricket behind closed doorways and hoped to see extra spectators being allowed at venues in matches to return.

“There’s some crowd at the stadium and that’s very exciting for us, I was good to play in front of some crowd after a long time because without the crowd there’s no fun for players.

“I hope there shall be extra crowd allowed in matches to return throughout PSL,” he added.