Fawad praises Yasir Shah for breaking 82 year old record
ISLAMABAD: Federal Information Minister, Fawad Chaudhry on Thursday praised Yasir Shah for becoming fastest to take 200 Test wickets, breaking an 82-year-old record on the fourth day of the third Test against New Zealand.
In his tweet, the minister said, "So happy for Yasir Shah you made us proud boy, come on Pak media give this legend his due respect.
Reacting over Sherry Rehman's presser earlier in the day, the minister said "Whats the fun in showing a presser of remnants of past like Sherry Rehman, as she has zero contribution to the people or society these people have already hone in the waste-bin of the history.
The 32-year-old trapped night-watchman Will Somerville leg before for four - his second wicket of the New Zealand second innings - to reach the milestone in his 33rd Test, beating Australian legspinner Clarrie Grimmett's record of 36 Tests achieved against South Africa in Johannesburg in 1936. - NNI