The world’s youngest Naseem Shah, who debuted the Test against Australia, did not control emotions while receiving a test cap.
National pacer bowling coach Waqar Younis wears a green cap on the young pacer Naseem Shah, who was named as the world’s youngest cricketer to record a Test against Australia in Brisbane. Unable to control, then wiped the tears, hugged Shaheen Shah Afridi and received congratulations from fellow cricketers.
It should be noted that during the first tour match against Australia XI, Naseem Shah was informed of his mother’s demise but decided to stay in Australia instead of returning to Pakistan. His mother’s dream was fulfilled by wearing a test cap.
Before Naseem Shah, the honor was with the Australian, Ion Craig, who debuted on Australian soil at the age of 17 years, 239 days. Also, He has become the youngest cricketer to play Test cricket on Australian soil. Before Naseem Shah, Pakistan’s Aqib Javed played Melbourne Test at the age of 17 years, 160 days.
Naseem Shah is the seventh Pakistani to play test before his seventeenth birthday. Earlier, Hassan Raza, Mushtaq Mohammad, Aqeeb Javed, Aftab Baloch, Naseem Al-Ghani and Khalid Hassan have also debuted the test before their 17th birthday.