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Alex Hales: England batter says winning return in Pakistan is ‘very special feeling’

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Alex Hals hit seven times in his 40-ball innings

Alex Hills says the 53 wins on his return to England’s historic victory over Pakistan at Twenty20 are “the things that dreams are made of”.

It was Dropped from the World Cup squad In March 2019 after failing a recreational drug test.

“The years felt like an eternity,” said an editorial for Hals, 33.

“It feels so special to be back in the park for England.

“Score fifty when I return to a winning team is what dreams are made of.”

Hals has been summoned For Pakistan’s seven-match tour and the upcoming T20 World Cup after Jonny Bairstow broke his left leg while playing golf.

Speaking in February 2020, then England captain Ewen Morgan said, “There has been a breakdown in trust between Hales and the team” and “a significant amount of time is needed to restore that confidence”.

Hals said: “Men have said in the past that it was never to blame for three years of cricket to be missed, and that was never in doubt.

“But there is always nerves and pressure after not playing for three years, it looked like a debut again, so it was a very special night.

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“You can’t let emotions in, you have to focus on the task at hand. It was all about crossing the line. I wasn’t perfecting my best but pointing us in the right direction meant a lot.”

It was Hals before suspended and fined for his part in a brawl outside a Bristol nightclub in September 2017, after which his England teammate Ben Stokes was accused of the brawl, but was later acquitted in court.

In November last year, Hals I apologize for all the “inconveniences” I’ve caused After posting a picture showing him wearing black makeup.

During his international exile, Hals starred in domestic T20 tournaments around the world, including the Big Bash League in Australia, where this year’s World Cup will be held, and the Pakistan Super League.

“I’ve spent a lot of time in Pakistan over the past few years and that means a lot to me,” he added.

“I have some great memories both on and off the field, so to be involved in our first England Tour here in such a long time is an incredibly special feeling.

“I played in front of whole houses here in Karachi and that is something different. It is one of the best atmospheres in world cricket. Karachi put on a show.

“For the past three or four years I’ve only been focused on T20 cricket, which has really helped my game and taken it to the next level. I hope to do that for England to move forward.”

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