Fast bowler Naseem Shah, who started playing cricket with a tap ball in the village of Lower Dir, has just arrived in Australia at the age of sixteen, where he appears eager and eager to begin his Test career.
In an interview to NP, Naseem Shah said that when a cricketer starts professional cricket, his only dream is to represent his country.
He said he had already mentally prepared himself for international cricket and was delighted when his name came up for the Test series against Australia but he also thought it was a tough series. In which they have to express their capabilities to the fullest.
They say they are not feeling any pressure on themselves.
‘Don’t play English game’
Naseem Shah said that his father was Tablighi and when he found out that I am passionate about cricket and I play cricket in the village with a tap ball, he said that it was an English game and he wasted his time. Do not focus on education.
‘But where was I going to stop? One time when I returned home playing a night match in Ramadan, I thought he would be asleep but he was awake and then I was healed. ‘
“My cousins and my older brother knew cricket so they encouraged me and forced my father to change his mind,” Naseem added. Now it is a world that my father is happy with my cricket, but he urges me to play more hard. ‘
“Staying alone in the hostel for cricket”
Naseem Shah does not forget the people who have played an important role in his career.
He still remembers how different people had guided him when he came to Lahore late.
“When I first came to Lahore, I stayed alone at Malik Nasr’s hostel, which encouraged me a lot, even though I was learning cricket at Abdul Qadir Academy instead of his academy, but he did not celebrate it at all.”
Abdul Qadir also kept me like children and encouraged me at every step. When I came to the National Cricket Academy, there, Nazar Nazar increased my courage when I had a fracture in my waist and I was away from the game for ten months. ‘
‘That time was very difficult for me. Mudassar Nazar worked on my fitness and said that I would be a big bowler one day. ”
‘Fawad scholar out and join hands’
A few days ago, a video of Naseem Shah went viral in which he is connecting both hands after ousting Fawad Alam. This video has received various comments on social media.
Naseem Shah says, “When I took out Fawad Alam, he was only eight runs away from his century. I was sorry that his message could not be completed. Since there is no sound in this video and it just looks like I’m joining hands after taking them out even though I also said that Fawad’s brother Im Suri. ‘
‘Shen Bond’s bowling activist’
Naseem Shah said he has seen videos of different fast bowlers to improve their bowling.
‘I watched a video of New Zealand fast bowler Shane Bond’s match against Australia. I was very impressed with his bowling action. Apart from that, I also try to learn a lot from the bowling of Wasim Akram, Waqarunis and Shoaib Akhtar. ‘
He said he focuses on his line speed, swing and yorker along with his speed, because bowling is very important in bowling.
Look at Naseem Shah’s career
Naseem Shah’s regular cricket season began in 2016 with the PCB U-16 tournament.
In 2017, they played matches against Pakistan U-16 in Dubai against Australia U-16.
In 2018, Naseem Shah launched his first class career against Agricultural Blues by the Agricultural Development Bank.
In his second first-class match against Pakistan Television, he took six wickets for 59 runs in the second innings.
Naseem Shah took five wickets in the match against Hong Kong U-19 in the Junior Asia Cup last year.
This year, he got 12 wickets in five matches in South Africa under Pakistan 19.
Naseem Shah took nine wickets in the match against Sindh from Central Punjab in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy before departing Australia, which was remarkable for six wickets in the first innings.