Pakistan’s right-handed batsman, Ahmed Shahzad had completed his ban on 22nd December 2018, after he was found guilty for breaching the board’s anti-doping rules earlier in July last year. The opening batsman is now eligible to play any level of cricket.
Ahmed Shahzad took to Twitter to reveal that he is going to participate in the Quaid-e-Azam grade two trophy starting from 11th January. The 27-year-old expressed his excitement for playing cricket again and representing his Faisalabad region. He further stated that the Faisalabad region has massively contributed to his development as a player.
Shahzad will also light up the Pakistan Super League (PSL) with Quetta Gladiators after he represented Multan Sultans in the 2018 season.