Naseem Shah writes his name in history books
Naseem Shah made a significant impact for Pakistan in the One Day Internationals (ODIs) Super 4 match against Bangladesh in Lahore. He achieved a remarkable milestone by dismissing the in-form Mehidy Hasan Miraz with his very first delivery, sending him back to the pavilion without adding any runs. Despite facing a shoulder injury scare earlier in the game, Naseem showed great resilience and determination, returning to the field to take the last two wickets of the Bangladesh team, limiting them to a total of 193 runs.
This outstanding performance by Naseem Shah marked a historic moment in his ODI career. With his three wickets in this match, he became the first Pakistani bowler ever to secure a wicket in each of his first 13 ODIs. Furthermore, Naseem's name now stands proudly in the record books as the bowler with the most wickets in his initial 13 ODIs while representing Pakistan, a total of 32 wickets, surpassing the previous record held by Abdul Qadir, who managed to claim 27 wickets in his first 13 ODIs.