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Mystery spinner Abrar Ahmed takes five-er on dream debut

Social media is brimmed with tweets appreciating for the bowler who rattled the strong batting line of England in the second Test match.

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Mystery spinner Abrar Ahmed trends on Twitter after his five-wicket haul in the debut Test match against England.

The young bowler has claimed five wickets on his debut in the first session of the first day of his first international Test match in Multan. Social media is brimmed with tweets appreciating for the bowler who rattled the strong batting line of England in the second Test match.

Abrar Ahmed has become the 13th Pakistan bowler to take a five-wicket haul on his debut. Cricket fans say Abrar Ahmed has got a dream start to his debut as very few have scored the feat of claiming five wickets on debut and in the first session of day one of the Test matches.  Abrar Ahmed is the first bowler in Pakistan’s Test history to take 5 wickets in the first session on his Test debut.

Cricket commentators and analysts believe Abrar Ahmed played a brave game against the attacking playing style of the England team.

Cricket fans and followers are in awe of the powerful performance executed by Abrar Ahmed on his debut.

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According to the details, Abrar Ahmed was trained at the Rashid Latif Cricket Academy in Karachi. Abrar Ahmed has restricted England to 180 in the first session of day one of the second matches after claiming five wickets.

Pakistani cricket fans believe Pakistan might have won the first Test match in Rawalpindi had Abrar Ahmed included in the team. They say Abrar Ahmed should be given more chances in the future as he has the capability to singlehandedly win matches for Pakistan.

Pakistan is playing its second Test match against England in Multan. Out of the three-match series, Pakistan lost the first match. The three leading pacers of Pakistan- Haris Rauf, Shaheen Shah Afridi, and Naseem Shah are injured; hence excluded from the Test series.