KARACHI/ABU DHABI: Pakistan and Islamabad United’s hard-hitting batsman Asif Ali believes that good and bad times are part of cricket but one should not lose hope.
Speaking exclusively to ARY Sports, Ali expressed confidence in making a strong comeback by performing in upcoming PSL 6 matches in Abu Dhabi. “I know I was dropped from the national team due to my performance. But, I believe that good and bad days are part of cricket,” he stressed.
“I am hopeful to perform in upcoming PSL matches and my team Islamabad United wins the tournament due to my performance,” he added.
The late middle-order batsman shared his training plan and said he always tries to play according to the condition. “I always try to replicate the plan given by the coach. I usually come to bat in last overs where I can’t often play for singles and doubles,” he said.
It must be noted here that Asif has played 47 PSL matches so far with scoring 720 runs at an average of 25.71 and strike-rate of 163.26.