December 5, 2022

It can be difficult for fast bowlers to cope with the heat and humidity in Dubai. Although T20Is are a relatively short game, they can still cause injuries, especially cramps. Naseem Shah and Haris Rauf found out the hard way on Sunday in the Asia Cup 2022 match against India at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium. Naseem Shah, who was also making his T20I debut, appeared to be in a lot of pain while Rauf was battling cramps. As he finished his first over of the chase, the 19-year-old right-arm pacer was down with cramps. Naseem, on the other hand, showed incredible grit and determination to complete his four overs.

Although Naseem’s efforts fell short of preventing India from pursuing 148 in 19.4 overs with five wickets in hand, everyone applauded the teenager for his efforts.
After giving it everything he had, Naseem Shah began to cry as he made his way back to the dugout.
In a now-viral video, Naseem can be seen walking inside the dressing room while repeatedly wiping tears from his eyes.
The Pakistani support crew met the young seamer on the stairway and gave him their congratulations for a brilliant T20I debut.

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