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Some reports claim that Waqar submitted a report in 2016 advising Umar Akmal and Ahmed Shehzad to play in the domestic circuit. There is a ruckus about this report.
Ahmed Shehzad once upon a time in the cricket world of Pakistan (Ahmed Shahzad) He was a big name. He made his debut at the time of Indian star Virat Kohli and was considered a long race horse. Shahzad also proved himself on the basis of his innings. However, gradually poor form and injury made him out of the team. However, Shahzad believes that the legendary player of Pakistan to end his career. waqar younis (Waqar Younis) are responsible.
Shahzad made serious allegations against Waqar Yunus
Shahzad has not played any match for the team after the year 2019. In the year 2016, former Pakistan head coach Waqar Younis, while giving a report to the PCB, said that Shahzad should play domestic cricket so that he can make a place back in the team. However, Shahzad does not agree with these reports and has now attacked Waqar. Giving a statement about this, he said, ‘I have not yet seen the report myself but a PCB official told me that all these statements were made about me but I feel that we should talk about it face to face. I am ready for this. Then let’s see who is right and who is wrong. His words had a bad effect on my career as I could never present my side. It was a complete plan by which he wanted to hit two targets with one arrow.
Pakistan needs Dhoni
Shahzad further said that the way players are backed in India, it does not happen in Pakistan. Giving the example of Virat Kohli, he said, ‘I have said it before and will say again, Kohli’s career was successful because he got Dhoni’s support. However, your friends in Pakistan are jealous of your success. Our senior players cannot tolerate that someone performs better than them in the world of cricket. Shahzad says that Kohli made his debut with him. Kohli got the support of Dhoni even in poor form and this is the reason why today Kohli is one of the greatest cricketers in the world.
Ahmed Shehzad has played 81 ODIs for Pakistan in which he has 2605 runs to his name. He has scored six centuries and 14 half-centuries in this format. Apart from this, he has scored 982 runs in 13 Test matches at an average of 40.91. During this he scored three centuries and four half-centuries.