LAHORE – Pakistan cricket team’s opener Ahmad Shehzad hopeful to make comeback in playing eleven despite skull injury which he received in first test match against New Zealand.
Ahmed Shahzad who flew back to home after skull injury which ruled out him from second test match against New Zealand.
While talking to media after his meeting with doctors Ahmad Shehzad told that Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) personally contacted him and showed serious concerns about the head injury.
He further said “I will try my best to recover from injury and become part of playing eleven. I want to make full use of my form to serve Pakistan cricket team.”
Ahmad Shehzad was hit in the face while attempting to pull a shot to the Cory Anderson’s bouncer after playing great knock of 176 in the first inning of Abu Dhabi test. Doctors advised him minimum rest of three weeks in Pakistan.
Young opener will remain under observation of Dr Sohail, PCB’s senior general manager.