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Watch: Yasir Shah Loses His Shoe While Running During Comical Run-Out

Yasir Shah is enjoying a stunning outing in the ongoing series against New Zealand.  In the first Test, he picked up 8 wickets but unfortunately it came in a losing cause. In the following game, he did even better and picked up a staggering 14 wickets including 8 for 41 in the first innings. The 14-wicket haul helped Pakistan crush New Zealand and level the series.

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But amidst all this, the leg-spinner became a victim of comical error in the ongoing third Test at Abu Dhabi. He was one of the 7 wickets that Pakistan lost for just 62 runs in the first innings.

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The incident occurred  on the first ball of the 133rd over when Yasir Shah was comically run out by Colin de Grandhomme.  Captain Sarfraz flicked a full ball from Will Somerville towards deep square leg and sprinted across for a single. He wanted another run, but at the other end, Yasir Shah lost his shoe while turning back.

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However, Sarfraz was adamant for the second and set off. On the other hand, Yasir had no option but to oblige to his skipper’s call. But it ended on a disappointing manner as he could not get back to the non-striker’s end and was run out.

Here is a clip of that incident:

Meanwhile, Yasir was quick to get over the bizarre run-out and created history. He broke a long-standing record in the 141-year-old history of Test cricket by becoming the quickest to 200 wickets. The Pakistan spin spearhead achieved the milestone when he trapped nightwatchman William Somerville leg-before on Thursday.

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The record was previously held by Australian leg spinner Clarrie Grimmett, who was incidentally also the first bowler to the 200-wicket milestone. Grimmett achieved the milestone against South Africa at the Old Wanderers in February 1936.

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