The 16-year-old was selected in the national side for the upcoming Test series against Australia Down Under
Pakistan’s young right-arm fast-bowler Naseem Shah, who was selected in the national side for the upcoming Test series against Australia Down Under, delivered a scintillating spell of fast-bowling to take six wickets while representing Central Punjab against Sindh in the ongoing Quaid-e-Azam (QeA) Trophy match at the Iqbal Stadium in Faisalabad.
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The pacer bowled openers Abid Ali and Khurram Manzoor to make the early breakthroughs for his side. He then removed middle-order batsmen Omair Bin Yousuf and Fawad Alam, wicket keeper-batsmsn Sarfaraz Ahmed and tailender Sohail Khan to provide the Central Punjab side with an edge in the contest.
Earlier, Naseem, who has already built a domestic reputation for his sharp bouncers, said that on his maiden call-up he also hopes to have an immediate impact.
“I aim to make an impression with my speed and swing if given a chance in the tests against Australia,” said Naseem.
His current form and pace make him an ideal candidate for Pakistan’s cause in their upcoming challenge Down Under.