The best is still to come, according to Pakistani pacer Shaheen

In their Group A match last week, the left-arm fast bowler took 4-35, including the wickets of star hitters Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, shattering the Indian top order.

That match was postponed, but they will square off once more in Colombo on Sunday as part of the Asia Cup’s Super Four round, which serves as a warm-up for the 50-over World Cup, which begins next month.

Shaheen also informed AFP that there will be more.

The 23-year-old added on Friday that “every match against India is special and people watch this a lot.” Before I started playing under-16 cricket, I used to watch this match as a fan.

This hasn’t exactly been my best spell so far, I’m afraid. The best is yet to come because this is only the beginning of many more.

Shaheen directs one of the most effective pace assaults in the world thanks to his ability to move the ball both ways.

“People expect you to perform like that if you play all three formats at such a young age for Pakistan and handle the new ball,” he remarked.

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