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[Watch] Naseem Shah's Terrific Inswinger Traumatises Dawid Malan In PSL 2024

image-lsvak7omNaseem Shah roars on return to PSL [X.com]

Naseem Shah is back with a bang after undergoing shoulder surgery. The young Pakistan seamer was seen in his devastating avatar with the ball for Islamabad United in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) 2024. 

Playing against Multan Sultans, the Pakistan fast-bowling prodigy delivered a terrific in-swinger against left-hander Dawid Malan and disrupted the stumps behind him. The Pakistan speedster bowled a near-unplayable delivery, making Malan commit to the initial angle of the ball before it tailed in late to evade his downswing. 

Malan nodded to the quality of the ball and just started walking as United's comeback man struck first blood and raised his team's hopes of defending the paltry 144 all out they had made in the disappointing and decisive first half of the PSL encounter. 

Naseem Dismisses Malan With A Unplayable Inswinge

Coming from over-the-wicket across the left-hander, Naseem set up Malan with the one going away from his outside edge in the first over and then delivered the wicket ball, which moved in late and castled the stumps. 

Malan was left stunned and in disbelief by the sheer quality of the delivery produced by Naseem, who was jubilant not just for the breakthrough but for regaining his swing and rhythm after a sustained period of action due to injury troubles. 

Naseem had been ruled out of the ICC World Cup 2023 in India due to his shoulder injury, which was a major blow to Pakistan's chances of reclaiming the coveted trophy. He soon underwent a minor surgery to address the small tear in his tendon, which had plagued the express bowler. 

The 21-year-old made his comeback via PSL 2024 opening game versus the Lahore Qalandars and delivered a spell of 1/36 off his 4 overs. He took 2 wickets for 27 during his quota in the next match against the Sultans on Tuesday (February 20).