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    Congratulations to Hasan Ali for being declared ICC Emerging Cricketer of the Year!

    Congratulations Hasan Ali, Emerging player of the year

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    Well deserved, surprised he hasn't hurt his back yet...

    Considering he is carrying the entire team on it.


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    Congratulations to Hasan Ali for being declared ICC Emerging Cricketer of the Year!








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    Well deserved.


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    The Pakistan paceman has been rewarded for an impressive breakthrough year in which he finished as the leading wicket-taker at the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy.

    Hasan Ali's career sky-rocketed in 2017, as he went from a near-unknown to one of the world’s best performers in just 12 months.

    Although the 23-year-old made his ODI and T20I debuts in 2016, it was last year when he really came to worldwide attention. Pakistan’s victory at the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy propelled Hasan into millions of living rooms – and he grabbed the opportunity with both hands. He took 13 wickets in the tournament as Pakistan triumphed over India in the final, earning the Player of the Series award in the process.

    Hasan’s game-awareness, variety and clever changes of pace bamboozled batsmen during the tournament. Despite playing in unfamiliar English conditions, he took four more wickets than any other bowler at an average of just 14.69 and an unsurpassed economy rate of 4.29.

    Hasan Ali was a revelation at the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy Hasan Ali was a revelation at the 2017 ICC Champions Trophy
    Since those headline-grabbing feats, Hasan has shown that he is far more than a one-tournament-wonder. He sustained his brilliance, claiming 45 wickets in 18 ODIs across 2017 at an average of 17.04. He took five-wicket hauls against Australia, West Indies and Sri Lanka and by November he had become the quickest Pakistan player to reach 50 ODI wickets, in just 24 matches.

    He has proved particularly venomous with the bouncer, picking up nine wickets with the delivery last year – more than any other in the 50-over format.


    Hasan finished the year as the number one-ranked bowler in the ICC ODI bowling rankings. His startling progress is shown by the fact that he began 2017 in 75th place. He took 426 days to reach the No. 1 ranking – a feat bettered by just two others.

    Hasan has also been effective in his fledgling Test career, taking six wickets in two matches so far at an average of 27.33, and he showed his prowess in the shortest format by claiming the Player of the Match award in a T20I against West Indies last April after returning figures of 2/12 from his four overs.

    If the previous winners of the ICC Emerging Cricketer of the Year award are anything to go by, then he is certainly on the right path. Australian fast bowler Josh Hazlewood and Bangladesh left-arm seamer Mustafizur Rahman won it in 2015 and 2016 respectively and have continued to make their mark at the highest level.

    Other bowlers who have won the award in recent years include West Indian spinners Sunil Narine and Devendra Bishoo, England seamer Steven Finn and Australia paceman Peter Siddle.

    Hasan held off some stiff competition to claim this year’s award, up against the likes of his teammate Shadab Khan, India spinner Kuldeep Yadav, West Indies quick Alzarri Joseph and Australian duo Peter Handscomb and Matt Renshaw. All had standout years, but what set Hasan apart was his consistency and performances on the biggest stage at the ICC Champions Trophy.

    https://www.icc-cricket.com/news/596825
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    Quote Originally Posted by waleed88 View Post
    AB De Villers in 2017 - Average of 116.56

    Steven Smith in 2016 - Average of 89.18

    Steven Smith in 2014 - Average of 88.40

    AB De Villers in 2016 - Average of 90.64

    Ab De Villers in 2015 (ODI player of the year too) - Average of 137.92

    Joe Root in 2016 - Average of 91.81

    Joe Root in 2017 - Average of 92.13

    Joe Root in 2015 - Average of 91.18


    I think I have proved my point in that these stats are not unheard of.

    All top players are hovering around the same mark.
    Are these stats for odi or test or both

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    Well deserved!


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    He is the greatest find for Pakistan in last year.He deserved this,nobody was near him.

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    Truly deserved. What a talent!


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    Well deserved - gun bowler in ODIs...

    In tests, can he become similar to Ryan Harris? there's something about his style that reminds me of Harris, who was quite deadly.


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    Was also a genuine contender for ODI player of the year but a great achievement nonetheless.

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    He surely deserved ODI player award instead of FTP Kohli.

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    Congratulations to him, not because he represents Pakistan but the tough journey he endured too reach where he is today. I believe he deserved ODI player of the year more but still happy he is being acknowledged.

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    5 years back, most would've laughed a youngster living in remote village of Punjab who [alongwith] had to travel to the city to play regional cricket, would one day become the main strike bowler for the Pakistan team and help them win their first multinational tournament in years. A board that promotes nepotism and does'nt nurture talent,a self-made person from a humble background [same for Fakhar Zaman] still breaksthrough.

    He should understand his career has just started and major aim should to be to play for Pakistan for the next 10 years. Take good care of his fitness and reduce the amount of rubbish T20s he is wasting his energy on. PCB and franchisees like Islamabad United should also show more responsibility.

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    Well deserved. I admit he didn't impress me when he made his debut but he's done amazing since. Great talent

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    Kudos to the young man.

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    Well deserved... I expected more from him in NZ. A reason for out failing in the series has been Hasan's hit or miss form.


    #Mein inko rolaonga

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hamstead_joy View Post
    Congratulations to him, not because he represents Pakistan but the tough journey he endured too reach where he is today. I believe he deserved ODI player of the year more but still happy he is being acknowledged.

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    5 years back, most would've laughed a youngster living in remote village of Punjab who [alongwith] had to travel to the city to play regional cricket, would one day become the main strike bowler for the Pakistan team and help them win their first multinational tournament in years. A board that promotes nepotism and does'nt nurture talent,a self-made person from a humble background [same for Fakhar Zaman] still breaksthrough.

    He should understand his career has just started and major aim should to be to play for Pakistan for the next 10 years. Take good care of his fitness and reduce the amount of rubbish T20s he is wasting his energy on. PCB and franchisees like Islamabad United should also show more responsibility.
    For every Hasan Ali and Fakhar Zaman that makes it, there are hundreds that never go past school or youth level because of nepotism and corruption. Not saying that if a saaf shafaaf system is put in place we will sky rocket through the rankings, but it may mean that we will become hell of a lot competitive and consistent than we are now.


    #Mein inko rolaonga

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    Quote Originally Posted by Syed1 View Post
    Well deserved... I expected more from him in NZ. A reason for out failing in the series has been Hasan's hit or miss form.
    The blame lies more on Amir - Hasan can’t always run through teams.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babajee View Post
    The blame lies more on Amir - Hasan can’t always run through teams.
    Amir obviously has been a total failure, but Hasan hasn't exactly set the world on fire either.


    #Mein inko rolaonga

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    Well deserved. Wonderful player.

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    Well deserved. Was the standout ODI bowler of 2017. Better than Starc even .


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    Quote Originally Posted by Smudger View Post
    Are these stats for odi or test or both
    These stats were mistakes, I admitted to them in a later post, however I posted corrected stats for these names in one of the next posts

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    Well deserved, could have done better in NZ but it's his first tour so it's fine.


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    Well deserved. His hard work with his fitness and on his bowl bowling have paid off.

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    Well deserved. He's got a lot more development left. Far from a finished product.

    He's set the standards so high that fans expect him to dominate every time he bowls. That's not realistic. He'd averaging 15 by he time he retired if that was the case.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Chief Destroyer View Post
    Well deserved. He's got a lot more development left. Far from a finished product.

    He's set the standards so high that fans expect him to dominate every time he bowls. That's not realistic. He'd averaging 15 by he time he retired if that was the case.
    What do you think he has to do ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by babajee View Post
    What do you think he has to do ?
    Find a length which he can settle down on when the conditions aren't for taking wickets. Sometimes he over-attacks. That's why he has to open the bowling. If he bowls with protection all the time, he won't learn and evolve.

    He should also be bowling at 145 not 140. He's not fully utilizing his long arms and explosive burst. Arm path is short and quick, he's gotta lengthen it by pushing the front arm higher.


    A skilled hawk conceals its talons.

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    Why Hassan Ali is not playing today?

    Sorry i just missed and woke up. I see hassan ali has been dropped today for what reason?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desprado123 View Post
    Sorry i just missed and woke up. I see hassan ali has been dropped today for what reason?
    He was not dropped, he has a groin injury.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmkextreme_1 View Post
    He was not dropped, he has a groin injury.
    source?


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    Quote Originally Posted by MenInG View Post
    source?
    Not sure if it's a groin injury. if I remember correctly, he was holding his groin in the previous ODI. He does have a niggle, source:

    http://www.radiosport.co.nz/sport-ne...istan-5th-odi/
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