The end of the suspension of the opening batsman Ahmed Shahzad has enabled him to be back in action as he gears up to represent Faisalabad in Quaid-e-Azam Trophy Grade-2 tournament. Once considered the future of the Pakistani batting, Shahzad now finds himself out of the national squad.
However, the 27-year old cricketer is adamant to rise and shine in the domestic circuit and regain his lost place in the senior team of Pakistan.
The talented batsman considered the last few months of his life as a tough experience as it kept him away from his passion. Furthermore, he revealed that he will leave no stone unturned to rectify his mistakes and perform well.
“Last few months were very tough for me. I badly missed playing cricket since it is my childhood passion. I’m extremely focused as I worked hard on improving my mindset and other aspects. I am thrilled to represent Faisalabad in Grade-2 and will look to deliver my best now,” said by the Lahore born player.