Ahmed Shehzad asks PCB to make Waqar Younis’ report on him public

Check cricketer Ahmed Shehzad urges the Pakistan Cricket Board to make public the report on him. Picture: Geo Information/screengrab  

LAHORE: Check cricketer Ahmed Shehzad on Monday urged the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to make public the report on him, because of which he was dropped from the nationwide group.

Speaking to the media in Lahore, Ahmed Shehzad stated that the report submitted to the PCB by the earlier group administration put a destructive impression on his cricket profession.

“Let the folks learn about my errors,” he stated, including that the authorities ought to determine on the report after in search of his response on it.

“My repute was broken within the report and my followers had been misrepresented,” the cricketer stated, including that no matter is alleged within the report ought to be clarified.

“Even I have no idea what did I do mistaken,” says  Ahmed Shehzad.

Shehzad maintained that he ought to be informed in regards to the allegations in opposition to him within the report.

He stated that he was not given full probability within the sequence in opposition to Australia and dropped after two matches. The cricketer stated that he didn’t know why he was not referred to as into the conditioning camp.

He requested why efforts had been made to nook him.

It could be recalled that Ahmed Shehzad was final included within the T20 sequence in opposition to Sri Lanka in 2019. 

A report about him was submitted in 2015-16 in the course of the tenure of former head coach Waqar Younis. In his report, the previous coach mentioned Ahmed Shehzad’s behaviour and really helpful maintaining Ahmed Shehzad away from the group for the betterment of Pakistan cricket.

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