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Sport Pakistan teen breaks down prior to Test debut

03:45  21 november  2019
03:45  21 november  2019 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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Pakistan debutant Naseem Shah has fought back tears after being presented with his first Test cap by Pakistan legend Waqar Younis, prior to the opening The 16-year-old made history by becoming the youngest player ever to debut against Australia and the ninth youngest debutant in Test history.

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Tandon Doss et al. looking at a cell phone: Naseem Shah fights back tears after being presented with his first Test cap. © Getty Naseem Shah fights back tears after being presented with his first Test cap. Pakistan debutant Naseem Shah has fought back tears after being presented with his first Test cap by Pakistan legend Waqar Younis, prior to the opening day's play against Australia in Brisbane.

The 16-year-old made history by becoming the youngest player ever to debut against Australia and the ninth youngest debutant in Test history. It's been an emotional month for Shah whose mother passed away last week during Pakistan's tour match against Australia A.

While receiving his Test cap, Shah's teammates rallied behind him as the teenage struggled to hide his emotions after a tough week.

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"The young man lost his mother just over a week ago. He came out and bowled in the tour match two days later," said Fox Cricket's Adam Gilchrist.

"What amazing scenes. An emotional time. Really exciting for Pakistan this group of young fast bowlers."

The teenager was pulled from the three-day match but later returned to the side after speaking to his family, who gave him the green light to continue.

Pakistan Cricket Board chief executive Wasim Khan declared the teenage has full support from the team.

"He spoke to his family and they said 'this is where your mum would have wanted you to be' ... Everyone has rallied around him, keeping a close eye on him, making sure he's OK," Wasim told the Sydney Morning Herald.

The pace bowler has big wraps on him with the great Dennis Lillee singling the teenager out as one of the players he's looking forward to seeing this series. Speaking on Macquarie Sports Radio, former Australian captain Ian Chappell said he'd spoken to the fast bowling legend, who watched Naseem bowl in Perth last week.

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"I got a call from Dennis Lillee yesterday and he was really excited about Naseem Shah," Chappell said

"He said, 'I only saw two overs, but I really liked what I saw.'

"One of the things he liked in Shah was that he's the most side on that he's seen a bowler for in a long time.

"He got really excited and said, 'I loved that the batsmen had to play two balls right in front of their face and I absolutely loved that.'"

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