Pakistan’s squad selection for the forthcoming three-game T20I series against Bangladesh has been lauded by many as they credited selectors for picking the deserving performers. However, others were found raising their eyebrows to see few players going unpicked.
Joining this debate, former Pakistan all-rounder Abdul Razzaq shared his views on Pakistan’s T20 team and criticized the selectors for dropping opening batsman Ahmad Shehzad. The 40-year old cricketer, using his Twitter handle, said that he is really disappointed to see Pakistan not relying on the prowess of Ahmad.
Highlighting the domestic circuit and PSL performances of Ahmad, Razzaq further said that Ahmad has a good record against Bangladesh and to see him being absent from the national team doesn’t make any sense.
Earlier, ex-English cricketer Kevin Pietersen was found sharing his frustration on the omission of the 28-year old batsman. Ahmad, on the other hand, has taken it all gracefully as he vowed to do well in the forthcoming season of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) and make his way back to the national team.