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Sport Under-fire teen finally gets first Test scalp

06:45  23 november  2019
06:45  23 november  2019 Source:   wwos.nine.com.au

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a man in a baseball game: Naseem Shah of Pakistan celebrates after taking his first test wicket© Getty Naseem Shah of Pakistan celebrates after taking his first test wicket Teenage paceman Naseem Shah has claimed his first Test wicket after delivering a brilliant short ball to David Warner.

A ripper of a delivery claimed Warner (154) after the opener bottom edged the ball to wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan.

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Naseem made the most of his moment with a vocal and wild celebration as he raised his hands in the air to the delight of his teammates.

The wicket provided a spark for Pakistan with Yasir Shah dismissing Steve Smith for just four runs shortly after.

But It was also a bittersweet moment for Naseem who was cruelly denied his first Test wicket yesterday after appearing to have dismissed Warner just after lunch.

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a group of baseball players playing a football game: Naseem Shah of Pakistan celebrates after taking his first test wicket© Getty Naseem Shah of Pakistan celebrates after taking his first test wicket Warner, on 56 at the time, slashed at a wide ball from Naseem and nicked it to Rizwan, sending the Australian opener walking back to the dressing rooms.

However one replay was all it took to confirm Naseem had overstepped the crease, and instead of a wicket all he had to show for his efforts was a no-ball.

The highly touted teen had been a hot topic before the Test series against Australia, not just because of his cricket performance though.

The Pakistan Cricket Board yesterday slammed suggestions that the age of 16-year-old was not accurate after doubts were cast by international media.

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Naseem's true age was brought into question after Indian publication The Print accused him of "(growing) younger by the day".

However, Pakistan Cricket Board CEO Wasim Khan was left furious at allegations that Naseem's listed age was false, calling stories questioning his age "absolute rubbish".

"You only need to look at his face," Khan told The Tonk," Khan said.

"He's hardly got any growth on his face. In terms of that, people question it no doubt, just because of his age and the fact that he's a mature lad and the fact that he's playing international cricket at this age.

"But the bottom line is he's 16 years old and he's playing. We don't really care what India think."

'Pakistan have to learn from Australia': Taylor .
Pakistan needs a miracle to save the Test series against Australia with the tourists in a tough position heading into day three.With David Warner completely dominating with the bat and in the field, Pakistan had all the momentum go against them after the opener added 95 to his overnight score of 166 in the first session on day two alone, before racing to the 300-mark halfway through the middle session.

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