Shaheen Afridi: the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy's new sensation

Shaheen Afridi got into the record books yesterday with figures of 8 for 39 in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, the best ever by a Pakistani on first-class debut. So young is he, he was born after the turn of the millennium - April 2000 - and he was just four years old when his brother Riaz Afridi played his solitary Test match for Pakistan.

He made a dream debut in first-class cricket, playing for Khan Research Laboratory against Rawalpindi, picking up 8/39 in 15 overs in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, Pakistan premier domestic tournament. His innings figures are statistically the best on debut in first-class cricket in Pakistan. He signed off with nine wickets in the match.

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