Teenage pacer Naseem Shah turned into the most youthful player to record a Test cap stunt as Pakistan surrounded triumph against Bangladesh in Rawalpindi on Sunday.
Exactly when Bangladesh appeared to have battled their way again into the match at 124-2 minutes before the nearby on the third day, Naseem pulverized them with three wickets off progressive conveyances.
Matured 16 years and 359 days, he turns into the most youthful player to record a Test cap stunt, beating Bangladeshi Alok Kapali who accomplished the accomplishment matured 19 of every 2003.
Naseem caught Najumul Hossain Shanto leg before off the fourth wad of his seventh over for 38, at that point caught up with rejections of Taijul Islam (lbw) and Mahmudullah (got) with the following two conveyances.
Naseem had figures of 4-26 preceding he left the field with shoulder damage.
Shanto and Mominul Haque, unbeaten on 37 at the nearby, had included 71 for the third wicket after they lost Saif Hassan on 16 and Tamim Iqbal on 34.
At the nearby, Bangladesh were 126-6 and requiring another 86 rushes to stay away from an innings rout with two days to play.
Naseem, who burst onto the scene on Pakistan’s Australia visit a year ago, is additionally the most youthful quick bowler and second bowler by and large to take five wickets in a Test innings.
He accomplished that accomplishment at 16 years and 307 days against Sri Lanka in Karachi a year ago.
Saif, playing his first Test, was on a couple after his second-ball duck in the primary innings however he began certainly to arrive at 16 with four limits before he was bowled by Naseem.
Iqbal, straight from scoring the most elevated top of the line score on Bangladeshi soil of 334 not out a week ago, was caught leg-before by Yasir.
Prior, Pakistan lost seven wickets either side of lunch with Sohail holding the innings together.
He struck seven fours and two sixes for his third Test 50 years before holing out off spinner Taijul Islam to profound mid-wicket.
Last man Naseem was headed out to end Pakistan’s first innings.