Monday, April 15, 2024

Naseem Shah makes world record in ODI cricket

The first ODI match between Pakistan and New Zealand at the Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium included an outstanding effort from Naseem Shah. After the first six ODIs, Naseem now owns the record for the most wickets. He has taken 20 wickets in his first six One Day Internationals, breaking Matt Henry’s previous record of 19 wickets.

Despite the batting-friendly surface, which made it difficult for most bowlers to contain the New Zealand batsmen, Naseem was able to restrict the scoring to just 29 runs in his 10 overs while also taking two significant wickets.

As Naseem bowled with velocity and accuracy, his control and accuracy were clearly on display, making it difficult for the New Zealand batsmen to score runs easily. He kept his length and line tight throughout his entire spell, leaving the batters in suspense and forcing them to take chances.

The pitch’s capacity to generate movement was one of Naseem’s spell’s highlights. The ball swung both ways off his magnificent seam delivery, which was too good for the New Zealand batsmen to handle. He also bowled a mixture of short and full deliveries, varying his pace and length, which made it tough for the batsmen to settle down.

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