Records broken 34-year old off-spinner Nauman Ali has gotten the twelfth Pakistani to take a five-wicket pull on Test debut. Nauman shook the South African batting line-up and got done with figures of 35 for 5 in 25.3 overs in the second innings of the primary Test coordinate at National Stadium Karachi.
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Nauman at 34 years old years and 111 days turned into the seventh most established bowler and the fourth most established spinner to take a 5-for on his Test debut. English spinner, Charles Marriott, holds the record for the most seasoned player to take a 5-for on Test debut at 37 years old years and 332 days.
- first Pakistani left-arm spinner to take five-wicket pull on Test debut.
- fourth Pakistani spinner to take to take five-wicket pull on Test debut.
- twelfth Pakistani to take to take five-wicket pull on Test debut.
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Medium-quick bowler, Arif Butt, was the primary Pakistani to take a five wicket pull on presentation. He took six wickets against Australia in 1964. Mohammad Nazir and Mohammad Zahid both took 7 wickets on their Test debuts and both the bowlers accomplished the accomplishment against New Zealand.
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Nauman is the fourth Pakistani spinner to arrive at the trademark. Mohammad Nazir was the primary Pakistani spinner to do as such, getting 7 wickets for 99 runs against New Zealand in 1969. Shahid Afridi and Bilal Asif were the other two to take 5-wicket pulls, both against Australia. He is likewise the principal Pakistani left-arm spinner to take a five-wicket pull on Test Debut.