Ahmed Shehzad, known as the problematic child of Pakistan cricket, is one of those cricketers who didn’t blossom at the international level. Representing Pakistan in 13 Tests, 81 ODIs and 59 T20Is, Ahmed rarely lived up to his potential, thus remaining a non-permanent member of the team.
The aggressive batsman was recently reinstalled in the national T20 team against Sri Lanka but failed to make an impression.
Currently, Ahmed is participating in the ongoing season of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, where he has been mediocre, scoring in excess of 240 runs across 8 innings with an average over 30.
Nevertheless, the 27-year old hasn’t lost any hope as he is sitting eager and confident to make a comeback in the Test team of Pakistan.
Reviewing his past failures, the Lahore born said that he cannot undo them, but the future stays in his hands. Ahmad, who claimed to have changed his daily routine, said that he would look to give his best in the longest format of the game and leave the rest on the selectors.