After a horrific start to this year’s Pakistan Super League (PSL), talented opening batsman Ahmed Shehzad recorded a grand comeback which saw him smashing four half-centuries in his last 5 innings of the tournament.
The 27-year old came into the competition with a point to prove and he made his bat talk by producing few iconic displays of batting. Scoring over 300 runs, the Lahore born cricketer averaged over 50 with a strike-rate of 127.
During the sidelines of Quetta’s celebrations, the dexterous cricketer reflected on his cricketing career and displayed regret for not doing justice to his talent. Former Multan Sultans player added that his focus is on performing consistently and don the green jersey yet again.
“I’ve learned a lot from my mistakes. I haven’t done justice to my talent. The aim right now is to do something extraordinary for Pakistan. I worked extremely hard in the past few months and you’ll get to see a changed and improved Ahmed Shehzad,” said by second-highest run getter for Quetta Gladiators in PSL 2019.