Another Bollywood actress Surbhi Jyoti is in awe of Pakistani pacer Naseem Shah following his spectacular performance in the match Asia Cup match against Afghanistan on Wednesday.
19-year-old Naseem Shah had hit two consecutive sixes in the last over against Afghanistan in a crucial match. With the continuous fall of wickets, Pakistan had lost hopes of winning the match. Afghanistan played an aggressive game against Pakistan, making it difficult for the green shirts to score a low-score target of 130 runs. With one wicket in hand, pacer Naseem Shah turned the table and hit consecutive sixes cruising Pakistan to the final of Asia Cup 2022.
India would have remained in the tournament if Afghanistan had beaten Pakistan yesterday. With Pakistan’s unpredictable win last night, both Afghanistan and India are eliminated from the Asia Cup 2022. The Final will be played between Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
With the regular fall of wickets, Pakistani fans had completely lost hope of winning the match; Naseem Shah’s incredible sixes last night left cricket fans dumbfounded.
Pakistan has definitely got a gem…#NaseemShah 💯#AsiaCup2022
— Surbhi Jyoti (@SurbhiJtweets) September 7, 2022
Impressed by his performance, Bollywood actress Surbhi Jyoti could not resist praising him. The actress called Naseem Shah a ‘gem’. Pakistan has definitely got a gem,” said the actress after the match.
Earlier, another Bollywood actress Urvashi Rautela was found sharing the video of Naseem Shah on her Instagram story. She shared her video edit with Naseem Shah last week. The video gained massive traction on social media.
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Naseem Shah is becoming popular among Bollywood actresses it seems. Cricket fans think Bollywood actresses are becoming the fangirls of the young Pakistani pacer Naseem Shah.
On the other hand, when asked about his two incredible sixes, Naseem Shah said he was confident and had trust in Allah that will finish the match for Pakistan. Adding that, it is at these moments when the team needs the players to perform.