Srinagar, May 7: Pacer Tabish Khan on Friday become third oldest Pakistani cricketer to make Test debut .
Tabish who has played who is 36 year old was handed his Test cap by Pakistan head coach Misbah ul Haq during Pakistan’s second Test match against hosts Zimbabwe in Harare.
Miran Bakhsh is still the oldest Test debutant for Pakistan having played his first match in 1955 at the age of 47 against India.
Amir Elahi is the second oldest debutant for Pakistan in Test who played his first game in 1952 at the age of 44.
Tabish who has played 137 first class matches made his first class debut in 2003 and it is after 18 years that the bowler received his Pakistan cap.
He is now player with second most number of first class matches before Test debut and second oldest fast bowler to make test debut in this century .