December 15, 2023
In a surprising turn of events, Pakistani cricketer Ahmed Shehzad %%page%% has announced his departure from the Pakistan Super League (PSL) and vowed to reveal a purported conspiracy behind his exclusion from the league. Expressing disappointment over being left out of the PSL draft for the upcoming season, Shehzad hinted at a deliberate effort to keep him away, raising questions about the selection process.
Despite delivering strong performances in the National T20 Cup, where he scored 344 runs at a notable strike rate of 133.33, the 32-year-old batsman found himself omitted from the PSL draft. Shehzad, who has previously represented Multan Sultans and Quetta Gladiators, expressed his frustration on social media, emphasizing his consistent contributions in domestic cricket.
In a heartfelt post on ‘X,’ Shehzad stated, “There seems a deliberate effort to keep me out, even when franchises have opted for other performers with inferior numbers than me.” He pledged to unveil the reasons behind his exclusion, claiming a shared responsibility among franchises to sideline him.
“I’m parting ways and saying goodbye to Pakistan Super League for my own self-respect. I’ve never played for money and will never do it,” Shehzad declared. Despite offers to play in various international leagues, he affirmed his commitment to proving his love for the game by focusing on domestic cricket.
As Shehzad promises to reveal details of the alleged conspiracy soon, his departure adds a layer of intrigue to the PSL narrative, leaving fans and the cricketing community eagerly awaiting clarification on the circumstances surrounding his exclusion.