Major setback for Islamabad United
Due to familial obligations, Islamabad United fast-bowler Hassan Ali will leave the HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) bio-bubble in Abu Dhabi and return to Pakistan.
For the remainder of the event, the pacer will be inaccessible to the franchise.
“I regret to inform you Islamabad United fans that I will be unable to attend the remaining PSL matches owing to personal obligations. Nothing is more important than family, and nothing is more vital than cricket. I am grateful to Islamabad United for their understanding and support. This crew genuinely is a family that will be there for you through thick and thin. “I wish the team the best of luck in the remaining PSL games,” Ali said in a press release published by United.
Meanwhile, Ali Naqvi, the owner of Islamabad United, supported Ali’s choice, adding that family always comes first.
“Unfortunately, Hassan will be leaving the organization soon. He has been a fantastic leader and performer for the franchise this season, but at Islamabad United, we have always believed that our professional duties come second to our personal duties. We actually mean it when we say we are a family, and nothing is more essential to a person than his family. We wish Hassan the best of luck and totally endorse this decision,” Naqvi stated.
Shadab Khan, captain of Islamabad United, stated, “We understand Hassan’s circumstances right now, family always comes first.” We wish Hassan the best of luck in his future endeavors. He will undoubtedly be a tremendous loss to our squad and the competition, but there are some things that are more important than cricket. At Islamabad United, we have always cared for one another as a family and will continue to do so.”