Pakistan's young fast bowler Naseem Shah made a new history in Test cricket, and he became the youngest fast bowler in the world to perform the hat-trick in the Test match.
In the second Test match played in Rawalpindi, Pakistan took a 212-run lead in the first innings against Bangladesh, in response to which the guest team scored 124 for 2 in the second innings.
The Bangladesh team was positively hoping for the end of the day and no more wickets, but Naseem Shah overcame his hopes.
Naseem put a full stop in the fourth ball of the 8th over by Najamul Hasan Shantu's 38-run innings, and then on the next ball Knight Watchman Tejas-ul-Islam also lbw.
The young fast bowler continued the fine bowling and bowled Mohammad Mahmudullah in the slip at the last ball of his over, and thus he hit the hat trick and won the youngest fast bowler in Test cricket.
Naseem Shah, who was 16 year and 359 days old, had the honour of hitting an early age with Bangladesh fast bowler Alok Kapali, who was 19 years and 240 days old of Test cricket.
Naseem Shah is the fourth bowler to hit Pakistan in Test cricket, and Waseem Akram twice before, while Mohammad Sami and Abdul Razzaq have done it once.