His brother Aubed, who is 3 years younger than Pakistani fast bowler Naseem Shah, is wreaking havoc at his own pace. everyone is surprised by his speed
Naseem Shah made his debut for Pakistan in 2019
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New Delhi. Pakistan’s fast bowler Naseem Shah is currently making a splash in the Asia Cup 2022. He took 2 wickets for 27 runs in the match against India. Naseem made Rohit Sharma and Suryakumar Yadav his prey. Naseem, who made his debut for Pakistan in 2019, played 13 Tests, 3 ODIs and 1 T20 International. His place in the Pakistan team is slowly getting confirmed, but in the coming troubles, Naseem may face a bigger challenge than his younger brother Obaid Shah.
Naseem’s younger brother is also a fast bowler
16-year-old Obaid, 3 years younger than Naseem, is also on the path of his elder brother. He is also a fast bowler like him. Aubaid is also constantly trying to make a place in the Pakistani team. His speed is being discussed everywhere. Aubed’s speed impressed everyone. He is being told the future of Pakistan. Aubed is doing great things at a young age. Everyone is praising his line and length and pace.
Big brother gets scolded
Aubed had said in an interview some time ago that he is also working as hard as his elder brother. He said that Naseem used to work very hard and he is also working hard like him. He said that Naseem lives like a friend at home, but behaves like a coach outside. Aubaid said that he also gets a lot of scolding from Naseem. He always tells you to work hard.
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Made his T20 debut against India
Naseem made his T20 debut against India on 28 August in the Asia Cup itself. He has become an important member of the Pakistani team in a very short time and the responsibility has increased even more after Shaheen Shah Afridi was ruled out of the Asia Cup due to injury. He has a total of 45 wickets in all three formats. On the other hand, talking about his recent performance, he took a total of 10 wickets in 3 ODIs against the Netherlands before India.
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