Ahmed Shehzad requests that PCB make Waqar Younis’ report on him public
LAHORE: Test cricketer Ahmed Shehzad on Monday encouraged the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to unveil the report on him, because of which he was dropped from the public group. Conversing with the media in Lahore, Ahmed Shehzad said that the report submitted to the PCB by the past group the board put an adverse consequence on his cricket vocation.
Tell individuals about my missteps,” he said, adding that the specialists ought to settle on the report subsequent to looking for his reaction to it. “My standing was harmed in the report and my fans were distorted,” the cricketer said, adding that whatever is said in the report ought to be explained. “Indeed, even I don’t have the foggiest idea what did I foul-up,” says Ahmed Shehzad. Shehzad kept up with that he ought to be told about the charges against him in the report.
He said that he was not allowed full opportunity in that frame of mind against Australia and dropped after two matches. The cricketer said that he didn’t have the foggiest idea why he was not called into the molding camp. He inquired as to why endeavors were made to corner him. It very well might be reviewed that Ahmed Shehzad was last remembered for the T20 series against Sri Lanka in 2019. A report about him was submitted in 2015-16 during the residency of previous lead trainer Waqar Younis. In his report, the previous mentor talked about Ahmed Shehzad’s way of behaving and suggested getting Ahmed Shehzad far from the group to improve Pakistan cricket.