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Ahmed Shehzad gets furious over Afridi’s advise

Ahmed Shehzad gets furious over Afridi's advise

Pakistani cricketer Ahmed Shehzad has been nowhere around the national fold since 2019. The opening batsman was last seen playing in Test and ODI formats in 2017, whereas played his last T20I match in 2019 against Sri Lanka.

Although Ahmed is the first Pakistani cricketer to score centuries across all formats alongside proving himself as a potential opener. Yet, he has not been under PCB’s consideration after Pakistan have dug out plenty of top-notch openers. For this reason, he has raised his voice for his inclusion in the national team multiple times. In recent times, he has also raised fingers at former bowling coach Waqar Younis for exploring his career.

Ahmed was spotted live on a local news channel with former skipper Shahid Khan Afridi. Afridi, one of the explosive all rounders, advised Shehzad to score runs and spend a happy life with family. However, the opening battle got furious and queried where should he score runs as he is not getting any opportunity to do so.

Afridi asked,

“I want you to score runs, enjoy your life with your wife and kids. Allah has made life beautiful for you”,

Ahmed replied,

“I keep saying that. I want to score runs, but at least don’t deny me the platforms where I can score. I will ask you when sides in PSL want to pick me; who comes in and says no? You tell me, where do I score runs? At my home? (Runs kaha karu, ghar pe?)”

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