Pakistan fans brutally trolled Hassan Ali for walking the ramp after being ruled out of the Sri Lanka series with fractured ribs.
Pakistan fast bowler Hasan Ali has been ruled out of two home Tests against Sri Lanka with a rib fracture.
Shadab Khan was asked by a reporter if he misses Hasan Ali, given his friendship with the pacer
Hasan Ali could not make the Pakistan squad due to a back spasm and is set to undergo rehab at the National Cricket Academy in Lahore
Hasan Ali had earlier posted a picture on Twitter, marking his "last night as a bachelor".
Hasan Ali is marrying Indian woman in Dubai on Tuesday and had tweeted a picture of himself on his "last night as a bachelor".
Hasan Ali said that the wedding is not confirmed yet and he will make a public announcement about it very soon.
Hassan Ali was taken to task by the Indian batsmen when the two teams played their World Cup 2019 league match at Old Trafford on Sunday.
Duanne Olivier took six for 37 as the hosts subjected Pakistan to an onslaught of aggressive, short-pitched bowling.
Hasan Ali took his maiden five-wicket haul while Yasir Shah his 14th five-wicket feat in an innings as New Zealand collapsed from 220-4 to 249 all out.
Usman Khan was the pick of the bowlers for Pakistan as he returned with figures of 3/19.
India face Pakistan in the Asia Cup 2018 on September 19, a day after their opening match against Hong Kong.
Pakistan lead this two-match series 1-0 after thrashing England by nine wickets in the first Test at Lord's.
Pakistan pacers Mohammad Abbas and Hasan Ali took four wickets apiece as England suffered yet another top-order collapse at Lord's
Hasan, who took 14 wickets in Pakistan's preceding 5-0 whitewash of the one-day series, took 3-23 in 3.3 overs as Pakistan skittled Sri Lanka out for a paltry 102 in 18.3 overs.
The 23-year-old, who is the leading wicket-taker in the ongoing series against Sri Lanka, has enjoyed a meteoric rise in just 14 months.
Hasan took 3-37 while spinners Shadab Khan (2-29) and Imad Wasim (2-13) also chipped in with useful wickets as Sri Lanka were skittled out for 173 in 43.4 overs.