Naseem Shah Last 10 ODI Matches Performance
Updated on: Sep 2, 2023 2:18 pm IST
Cricketing fervor is at its zenith as Pakistan’s prodigious fast bowler, Naseem Shah, gears up to confront arch-rivals India in the Asia Cup 2023. Naseem’s incredible pace and remarkable ability to extract bounce from any surface have catapulted him into the limelight of international cricket. As the cricketing world eagerly awaits this titanic clash, let’s check Naseem Shah last 10 ODI matches performance.
Naseem Shah last 10 ODI matches Performance
|1/17||Nepal||Multan||30 Aug 2023|
|1/45||Afghanistan||Hambantota||24 Aug 2023|
|1/12||Afghanistan||Hambantota||22 Aug 2023|
|2/42||New Zealand||Karachi||3 May 2023|
|1/49||New Zealand||Rawalpindi||29 Apr 2023|
|2/29||New Zealand||Rawalpindi||27 Apr 2023|
|3/58||New Zealand||Karachi||11 Jan 2023|
|5/57||New Zealand||Karachi||9 Jan 2023|
|5/33||Netherlands||Rotterdam||21 Aug 2022|
|2/27||Netherlands||Rotterdam||18 Aug 2022|
Hailing from the cricketing hotbed of Lower Dir in Pakistan’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, Naseem Shah’s ascent has been nothing short of meteoric. At the tender age of 18, he announced himself on the world stage with his extraordinary pace and control. His journey from playing tape-ball cricket on the streets to donning the green jersey for Pakistan is a testament to his raw talent and relentless determination.
Naseem Shah is synonymous with sheer pace. His ability to consistently clock speeds exceeding 90 mph (145 km/h) makes him a lethal force on any wicket. What sets him apart is his remarkable control over his deliveries, often hitting the desired areas with precision. This unique combination of speed and accuracy makes him a nightmare for batsmen.
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Naseem Shah made history by becoming the youngest fast bowler to take a five-wicket haul in Test cricket. His sensational performance against Australia in 2019 sent shockwaves through the cricketing world. Since then, he has continued to dazzle with his exploits, leaving a trail of awe-struck opponents in his wake.
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