‘Virat Kohli’s Career Took off due to MS Dhoni but in Pakistan, Seniors can't Digest Success': Ahmed Shehzad

Pakistan batsman Ahmed Shehzad said he was profoundly wounded by how he was treated by the public group set-up which prompted his chopping out from the group in 2016. Shehzad guaranteed his vocation was seriously impacted in light of the fact that then mentor Waqar Younis gave the PCB a report saying that Shehzad, alongside Umran Malik, expected to get back to the homegrown circuit and work on their game to play for Pakistan.

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“I have not seen the report myself, but rather a PCB official let me know that these comments have been said with respect to me,” Shehzad told Cricket Pakistan. “In any case, I accept that these things ought to be talked about up close and personal, and I am prepared to take on that test. Then we will see who is on the right track and who is off-base.”

The right-given going after the opening hitter said the words hurt his profession and he was “not permitted” to introduce his side of the story.

“Their words hurt my vocation, particularly since I was not permitted to put forth my viewpoint. This was a pre-arranged approach, and they needed to solve two problems at once,” he said.

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