Hasan Ali of Pakistan was excluded from the must-win clash in South Africa

Hasan Ali of Pakistan was excluded from the must-win clash in South Africa. The Pakistan cricket team’s already difficult path to securing a semi-final position has been made much more difficult by this event.

Since Hasan Ali was unable to take part in the team’s practice today, supporters and cricket fanatics alike were very troubled by his absence.

Due to his illness, Hasan Ali will be rested rather than playing against South Africa, according to the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).

According to sources, Muhammad Wasim Jr. would probably be placed in the starting eleven against South Africa to cover for Hasan Ali. Hasan Ali is a valuable fast bowler, so this move may have an effect on the team’s strategy and bowling order.

Pakistan will have a difficult task ahead of them as they get ready for their upcoming match against the dominant South African squad on October 27 at Chennai’s Chidambaram Stadium in the absence of Hasan Ali.

Pakistan’s hopes of qualifying for the World Cup now rest on clearing this daunting obstacle. Despite the unfortunate setback caused by Hasan Ali’s fever, the cricketing world is waiting impatiently to see if Pakistan will rise to the situation and continue their incredible run in the competition.

Following victories over the Netherlands and Sri Lanka to start the campaign, the 1992 winners were soundly defeated by Australia and India before being humbled by their neighbors, Afghanistan, in their final match.

They will put their resources to the test once more on Friday when they play the prolific South Africa, who have won four of their last five games and have forgotten their shocking defeat to the Netherlands. Pakistan can still advance to the semifinals with four group games remaining, but there won’t be much room for error.

All-arounder Shadab Khan of Pakistan emphasized today that his underachieving colleagues still think “miracles can happen” as the defending champions face a “do-or-die” struggle to turn around their dismal World Cup campaign. “Miracles happen if you have belief,” captain Babar Azam’s deputy Shadab stated.

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