Tourist Naseem Shah makes headlines during the second final Test between New Zealand and Pakistan at the Hagley Oval. He was in the news not with his batting skills but with funny comments.

What happened next was that Pakistan were all out for 297 after batting 83.5 overs on the first day of the match which started on Sunday. Naseem Shah, who came on to bat as the last wicket before the start of the 83rd over, gave a sweet warning to Mohammad Abbas, who was already at the crease.


                             


‘I have a responsibility to make runs. Do not pull the single and strike quickly anyway. Naseem says, "You can not swear when you go to the dressing room." The audio of this Hilarious conversation went viral on social media.

Naseem (12), who came to the crease as the last wicket, tried to increase the score with three fours. He joined the pavilion after Latham was caught on the second slip for the fifth ball of the 83rd over by Trent Boult. That ended the first day's play with Pakistan's first innings. Among the Pakistanis, Azhar Ali (93) and Mohammad Rizwan (61) kept the team afloat. Among the Kiwis bowlers, Southee, Boult took two wickets and Henry one.