Pakistan batsman Ahmed Shehzad blessed with a baby girl

Pakistan batsman Ahmed Shehzad blessed with a baby girl

Pakistan batter Ahmed Shehzad took to Twitter to share the news of the birth of his daughter.

Ahmed Shahazad
Ahmed Shahazad. (Photo Source: Instagram)

Pakistan producing talented batters who don’t last long is still a better love tale than Twilight. Imran Nazir, Umar Akmal and Ahmed Shehzad are the few prominent names that come to mind who promised a lot but failed to deliver in the longer run.

Shehzad made his ODI debut way back in 2009 against Australia and since then has been in and out of the side for one reason or the other. He never made his opening slot his own as he failed in converting his starts into something substantial. Always looked as an elegant player, the 29-year-old’s rush of blood or lack of patience cost him to lose his spot.

This time though, Shehzad is the news for all the right reason as he shared the news on Twitter about the birth of his child. The right-hand batter took to the microblogging site and announced the happy news by saying, “Allah is great.”

As soon as he posted it, his teammates and fans started pouring congratulatory messages stating on how lucky he is to be blessed with a daughter.

Ahmed Shehzad hopeful of getting back into the team

Recently, former legendary cricketer Javed Miandad lashed out at Shehzad over his claims of how he can still represent Pakistan for 12 years more. The 29-year-old was last seen in action in 2019, and since then has fallen off the radar of selectors either due to some controversy or poor domestic returns.

However, Shehzad will soon be seen in action in the sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) as the tournament is scheduled to re-start soon. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) made an announcement on June 2, that it will conduct the final on June 24. Shehzad plays for Quetta Gladiators and is one of their consistent batters.

The 29-year-old has scored the most half-centuries for the franchise to go with five centuries in T20 cricket. All is not lost for the right-hand batter as, consistent showing in PSL and domestic cricket will end by being beneficial for him.

He has so far scored 5058 runs for Pakistan across all the formats and the birth of his daughter might just be the lucky charm he needs to get back into reckoning.