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WATCH: Hasan Ali’s dance moves during Day 1 of SL vs PAK 1st Test go viral

While fielding at the boundary ropes in the first innings, Ali took out some time to entertain his teammate (not a part of the playing XI) standing across the ropes.

Ritesh Pathak Author

Updated - 17 July 2022 12:34 pm

Hasan Ali is a really good bowler, is a known fact to every cricket fan out there. But he is a good dancer too, this was known recently when the pacer showed some groovy moves during Day 1’s play of the first Test between Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Ali was seen dishing out some really good dance moves in front of one of his teammates.

While fielding at the boundary ropes in the first innings, Ali took out some time to entertain his teammate (not a part of the playing XI) standing across the ropes. The right–arm quick was perhaps teaching his teammate some classy dance moves. The video of the same went viral on social media with a user sharing it with the caption “Hasan Ali is a good dancer too”.

Watch the video of Ali dancing here:

Shaheen Afridi makes Sri Lankan batters dance

While Hasan Ali was busy teaching dance moves to his teammate, Shaheen Shah Afridi was busy making Sri Lankan batters shake their legs with his fiery bowling. The left-arm quick who has risen to ranks in all formats with his classy bowling, put on an exhibition of swing and seam bowling as he moved the ball both ways.

Afridi bowled beautifully throughout the innings as he accounted for four Sri Lankan batters in the first innings. For his first wicket in the match, Afridi cleaned up captain Dimuth Karunaratne who has been in a good form recently. He then bowled Dhananjaya de Silva for his second scalp in the first innings. The left-arm quick then got rid of Dickwella and Maheesh Theekshana to complete a 4-wicket haul.

He was well aided by Hasan Ali who also bowled economically and also scalped two wickets. Ali accounted for Oshada Fernando and Dinesh Chandimal and helped Pakistan bundle Sri Lanka for 222 in their first innings. In reply, Pakistan ended Day 1 with 24/2 on the board, having lost Imam-ul-Haq and Abdullah Shafique.

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