KARACHI: Pakistan quick bowler Naseem Shah donated his magical bat – with which he hit two iconic sixes in opposition to Afghanistan within the Asia Cup Super Four match – to the Shahid Afridi Foundation for flood aid actions.
Taking to Twitter, the 19-year-old introduced that he was donating the bat to the muse, run by the legendary cricketer Shahid Afridi, for the flood aid marketing campaign.
“Humbled to auction off my sixer bat from the Pak Vs. Afghan Asia Cup match for Shahid Afridi Foundation Flood Relief Campaign across Pakistan. Grateful to Shahid Afridi for taking such a noble initiative! Support them in ensuring [Hope Not Out],” he wrote.
Humbled to public sale off my sixer bat from the Pak Vs. Afghan Asia Cup match for @SAFoundationN Flood Relief Campaign throughout Pakistan. Grateful to @SAfridiOfficial for taking such a noble initiative! Support them in making certain #HopeNotOut.https://t.co/zsMHUIrkof pic.twitter.com/VLoBC5nl8k
— Naseem Shah (@iNaseemShah) September 15, 2022
It is pertinent to say right here that Pakistan edged Afghanistan by one wicket within the all-important Asia Cup Super Four conflict courtesy of the 2 astounding sixes from tailender Naseem. His heroics guided the lads in inexperienced to the Asia Cup closing which Pakistan, nonetheless, misplaced to then-winner Sri Lanka by 27 runs.