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    Pakistan's 16-year-old pace bowler Naseem Shah has rattled local batsmen with eight overs in the drawn pink-ball tour match against Australia A in Perth

    Pakistan's 16-year-old pace bowler Naseem Shah has rattled local batsmen with eight overs in the drawn pink-ball tour match against Australia A in Perth


    Two days after the death of his mother, Naseem delivered a spell that culminated in the dismissal of test incumbent Marcus Harris with a bouncer that caught the left-hander's edge.

    He finished with figures of one for 21.

    None of Australia A's batsmen make an irresistible case for selection in next week's first test at the 'Gabba, posting innings of 122 and 91 for two.

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