In the dazzling world of international cricket, Shadab and Naseem are two renowned names that need no introduction. Read along as we go down memory lane and get an insight into their favourite childhood cricket memories and what it was like growing up along with their favourite cheat meals and the infamous, "Roti Group".
For Khan, leg spin bowling has always been his true calling card, yet he equally loves batting at no. 4. Born and raised in Mianwali, his journey into the world of cricket began as a passion nurtured through childhood. From playing street cricket in his neighbourhood to representing Pakistan in the ongoing Cricket World Cup, he always had a natural affinity for the sport. With an impressive strike rate, he wears his fame very lightly and at just 25, this versatile all-rounder remains firmly grounded, not allowing stardom to blur his perspective.
Another young talent, who has been shattering records since 2019, is Naseem Shah, a feisty fast bowler, with the promise of becoming one of Pakistan's greatest right-arm fast bowlers. Born in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, he made his debut at 16 and quickly became the youngest bowler in test history to take five wickets. His ability to swing the ball at a fast pace has left many world-class batsmen in awe of his deliveries and at just 20, the game has just begun for Shah.