Hassan Ali’s wife has absolutely denied comments from a fake Twitter account, stating that neither she, her husband, nor their daughter had received threats from Pakistanis.

Samiya Arzoo, Hassan Ali’s wife, shared a snapshot of a bogus Twitter account with the name @SamiyaArzoo on Instagram.

The user, claiming to be Hassan Ali’s wife, tagged the prime minister and the PCB in a series of tweets, urging them to take action against threats made against the fast bowler, his wife, and their daughter.

Samiya Arzoo explained that the account was a hoax, asking supporters to report the imposter.

There have been so many tweets spreading from this phoney account that I, Hassan, and my daughter have received threats from Pakistanis, which is completely false “she captioned a photo on Instagram.

Hassan Ali’s wife clarifies threats to the family.

“Instead, we’ve witnessed a huge outpouring of solidarity. Please don’t trust any such claims, and don’t follow any accounts claiming to be me on Twitter.

“I don’t use Twitter. Please report any accounts posing as mine “she continued.

Pakistan lost the T20 World Cup semi-final against Australia on Thursday night, thanks to a late blitz from Matthew Wade, who hit three sixes off Shaheen Afridi.

Many spectators reacted angrily after Hassan Ali dropped Wade off a Shaheen Afridi ball, blaming the player for Pakistan’s defeat.

Captain Babar Azam and vice-captain Shadab Khan, on the other hand, have endorsed the right-arm fast bowler.

“We are all human beings, and we are all capable of making mistakes. Please remember the delight Hasan has brought you and refrain from making personal attacks. He is the match-winner for Pakistan “Shadab Khan had sent a message on Twitter.

Babar Azam, the captain, had also supported Hassan Ali.

“I don’t feel like that,” Babar remarked after Hassan’s lost catch was blamed for the loss.

“He’s my key bowler, and he’s helped Pakistan win a lot of matches.” Players drop catches all the time, but he’s a warrior, and I’ll back him up.

“Everyone doesn’t put on a show every day.” It was not his day, but there is a day when one performs. We’ll cheer him up because he’s down. People will speak, but we will continue to play.”

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