Pakisan’s young opener, Ahmed Shehzad revealed that his plan for the next year is to become the best cricketer domestically as well as internationally.
“Next year, I will try to become the best cricketer domestically, and then internationally,” he told media. “I will also try not to repeat the mistakes that I have made in cricket and in life.”
Ahmed Shehzad also said that he has stopped crying over his exclusion from the team and now he is determined to make a comeback in the national squad.
He stated that when he got dropped from the team he was disappointed and now he has stopped thinking about the past and focused on the future.
“I always used to think about it, but now I have decided not to think or cry about what happened in the past, and my focus is on how to get back in the national team,” Shehzad said.
He mentioned his recent performances in the Bangladesh Premier League and Quad-i-Azam Trophy, he also highlighted his performance in the ongoing domestic ODI tournament.
“I performed well in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), where I scored at an average of 40, which is good in shorter format of the game, and also scored a century in the final of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy. In the ongoing National One Day Cup as well I’ve scored at an average of 61.4 in six matches,” he mentioned.
The 23-year old also told that he is trying to give confidence to the youngsters as the skipper of HBL.
“As HBL skipper, I don’t want these youngsters to be neglected the way I have been in my career,” he added. “These youngsters have played a long season, where they first reached the final of Quaid-e-Azam Trophy and are now playing in the National One-Day Cup, just after a gap of 10 days.”