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Pakistan and Quetta Gladiators opener Ahmed Shehzad firmly believes that he has what it takes to get into the World Cup squad.
Shehzad recently finished serving a five-and-a-half month ban for violating the Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) anti-doping rules twice.
However, he has returned with a bang in the ongoing Pakistan Super League (PSL), where he has scored 252 runs in six games, which includes three half-centuries, at an average of 50.40.
While he wasn’t selected for the upcoming five-match ODI series against Australia in the United Arab Emirates later this month, Shehzad is hoping to continue excelling with the bat in the Pakistan Cup, which is a domestic one-day tournament that will take place from April 2 to 14.
“When I came to this tournament (PSL), I was thinking that whatever is in the past is not in my control,” he was quoted as saying by PakPassion. “My aim is to make a spot for myself with my performances, I know this tournament is very important for me.
“I will try to make the most of the remaining chances. Pakistan Cup is also coming up and my eyes are on that also. I will give my 100 percent during any cricket I get the chance to play.”