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Watch: Hasan Ali jumps over Azam Khan but ends up falling on the ground, video goes viral

Hasan Ali is currently in action in the ongoing Pakistan Super League 2023, playing for the Islamabad United.

Hasan Ali's antics in PSL

Star Pakistan pacer Hasan Ali has been mediocre in international cricket and has been inconsistent throughout his career. Although, he has been phenomenal in different T20 leagues across the globe and has made his name in the game. Other than his pace bowling, Hasan is known for his hilarious activities on the field.

In a recent game against Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League, two videos of Hasan Ali went viral on social media. A video of him kissing Mubasir Khan on the cheek after the latter made a spectacular catch went viral among fans. Although his antics cost him in the second video where he tripped over himself while trying to surprise Azam Khan.

In a widely shared video, Hasan attempted to jump and sit on Azam’s shoulder from behind, but he lost his balance and fell flat on the ground. Azam started doing the splits as soon as Hasan hit the ground. As Hasan was tumbling to the ground, Azam was unable to contain his laughter. As soon as broadcasters telecasted the video, it took no time to get viral on social media.

Watch the video here:

Islamabad United becomes the first team to qualify for playoffs

Talking about the game, Islamabad United beat Quetta Gladiators by 2 wickets to seal their spot in playoffs. Colin Munro shined with the bat for the United as he scored a furious 63 off 29 balls to help his team to register an important victory.

However, Azam and Ashraf also played crucial cameo knocks of 35 and an unbeaten 39 in the end. On the other hand, Quetta becomes the first team to get eliminated from the ongoing tournament. Sarfaraz Ahmed led the team that failed to win the most important game of the tournament. They have lost six out of eight games played. Quetta will now take on Peshawar Zalmi on Wednesday 8 March at Pindi Club Ground.

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