Sixteen-year-old Pakistani pace bowler Naseem Shah will make his Pakistan debut in the opening Test against Australia in Brisbane.
At 16 years and 279 days, Naseem becomes the tenth youngest Test debutant. Pakistan’s Hasan Raza, who made his debut in 1996 aged 14 years and 227 days, is the youngest. Naseem Shah has played just 7 first-class matches and bagged 27 wickets at an average of 16.66.
Naseem Shah, who made his debut at the age of 16 years and 279 days, sits 10th in the list of youngest debutants in the Test Cricket.
Lets us check the list of the Youngest Test Debutants in Test Cricket:
- Hazan Raza (Pakistan) – Aged 14 year, 227 days
- M Mohammad (Pakistan) – Aged 15 years, 124 days
- M Sharif (Bangladesh) – Aged 15 years, 128 days
- Aaqib Javed (Pakistan) – Aged 16 years, 189 days
- Sachin Tendulkar (India) – Aged 16 years, 205 days
- Aftab Baloch (Pakistan) – Aged 16 Years, 221 days
- Talha Jubair (Bangladesh) – Aged 16 Years, 223 days
- Nasin-Ul-Ghani (Pakistan) – Aged 16 Years, 248 days
- M Rahim (Bangladesh) – Aged 16 Years, 267 days
- Naseem Shah (Pakistan) – Aged 16 Years, 279 days
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