Following his sensational displays in the early stages of his career, Pakistan's Mohammad Abbas has been tipped by a number of cricketers to become the next big thing in the sport. The 28-year-old, who played his 10th match during the second Test between Pakistan and Australia, has gone past the 50-wicket mark in no time.
On the back of his wonderful performance in the two-Test series against Australia, a number of individuals related to the sport have heaped huge praise on him. Leading the way is Dale Steyn, who has predicted him to become the No.1 bowler in the world.
Former England skipper Michael Vaughan also had nothing but positive words for the Pakistani. Terming him as an incredible bowler, Vaughan had also stated that he would 'poop his pants' about him.
There were many others who were awed by the talent named Mohammad Abbas.
Abbas took 17 wickets in the two-match Test series as Pakistan beat a depleted Australia 1-0. In the second Test, he took his career's first 10-wicket haul, helping the hosts record a mammoth 373-run win.