Pakistan’s hard-hitting batsman, Asif Ali, has addressed misconceptions surrounding his statement about hitting ‘300’ sixes in nets.

In a recent media interaction, Asif Ali clarified his earlier remark, stating that his statement about hitting 300 sixes daily was misinterpreted by the writer.

“I don’t run on petrol to hit 300 sixes daily,” Asif quipped. “I used to practice hitting sixes during the camp in the NCA, but there was a mistake in my statement and also who wrote,” he added.

He emphasized that while he practices hitting sixes during training sessions, however, the reported figure was inaccurately portrayed.

He also expressed his determination to stage a comeback in the national team after a successful stint with Peshawar Zalmi.

Asif, who has been out of the Pakistan national team for over a year, acknowledged the challenges of cricket and expressed his commitment to addressing his shortcomings.

“Cricket is about handling pressure, and I’ve gained valuable experience playing with different teams abroad,” he shared.

Praising Babar Azam’s leadership, Asif commended Zalmi’s captain for his guidance on and off the field. He also expressed gratitude to Babar for entrusting him with a place in the Zalmi squad

“Babar leads by example, guiding players and fostering a positive team environment,” he remarked.

Asif remained hopeful about his national comeback, emphasizing the importance of performing well in PSL as a stepping stone towards regaining his spot in the national side.

“I have not lost hope, and I am determined to make a comeback. The first step is to perform well in PSL,” he affirmed.

It is worth mentioning that Asif Ali was released by Islamabad United after eight seasons with the franchise. He was picked up by Peshawar Zalmi in the diamond category during the PSL Draft.

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