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Watch: Naseem Shah angrily takes the phones of fans after their repeated requests for a picture

Naseem Shah was seen near the boundary providing drinks to the on-field players in the second innings.

Naseem Shah

The last match of the Super Four stage in the Asia Cup 2022 saw Sri Lanka beat Pakistan by five wickets. After bundling out Pakistan for just 121 runs in their innings, Sri Lanka chased it down with three overs to spare. There were many moments from the match which were loved by the fans. However, one particular incident involving the Pakistan seamer Naseem Shah has been going viral on the internet.

During the match, Shah, who was rested for the game, was seen providing drinks to the on-field players in the second innings. Seeing the fast-bowling sensation near the boundary rope, fans began pestering him for a selfie. After numerous requests, Shah began asking for phones from the fans. Seeing the Pakistan star finally agreeing, people gave him their phones thinking he will click a picture and return it back to them.

However, the 19-year-old took the phones and didn’t return it back to the fans. The reason behind the speedster’s act was that the fans had angered him with their constant pestering. The video of the entire incident has surfaced on the internet.

Watch the video here:

Naseem Shah emerged as the hero for Pakistan in their Super 4 match against Afghanistan. With Pakistan requiring 11 off the last over, the youngster smashed two consecutive sixes and sealed a victory for his team. Courtesy of their win, Pakistan qualified for the final of the Asia Cup 2022 and will be eyeing their third title win on Sunday.

Shah impressed everyone with his lion-hearted spell against India, where he picked two wickets for 27 runs in his four overs. The seamer was struggling due to cramps but still completed his spell for his team. The seamer finds himself on the fifth spot in the list of highest wicket-takers in the Asia Cup.

After losing their last match, Pakistan will be eyeing perfect revenge against Sri Lanka in the final of the Asia Cup on Sunday. Sri Lanka will be eyeing their sixth title win while Pakistan will be hoping to win their third Asia Cup title in the final.

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