Naseem Shah: Youngest Player to Make Debut in Test Series Against Australia.

Naseem Shah: Youngest Player to Make Debut in Test Series Against Australia.

Pakistan’s 16 years old Fast bowler is ready to Play his very first test series against Australia in Brisbane. He is all set to play first match of the series starting on 21st November. He will become the youngest player to make debut in test match in Australia. Hasan Raza was marked as the youngest test player in 1996.

He said he gets inspiration and motivation from legendary players like Waseem Akram, Waqar Younas and Shoiab Akhtar. He said that he is in competition with no one because he believe in his natural strength and play accordingly.

Azhar Ali, the visiting team’s captain while talking to media confirmed and said “We are definitely looking to play him, He’s bowling really well. We’ll announce the side tomorrow but he’s definitely going to be part of it

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Naseem shah whose mother died two weeks ago is becoming a new cricket sensation. He played only seven first class matches but impressed with a fiery eight-over spell against Australia A in Perth in the build-up. Azhar Ali lauded the talented he posses and added:

“Not many players can reach that standard so early but there are exceptions and he’s one of them. We are all looking forward to him having a very successful career, When I saw him first I was so surprised … the control he had, the pace he had and on top of it all the temperament and the composure when he bowls is so exciting to see.”

Waseem Akram also has all the praise and appreciation for the young player.