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Pakistan batsman Abdullah Shafique said his dream of representing his country in international cricket came true, but admitted that he still has a long way to go.
Shafique made his debut in the third T20 International against Zimbabwe and didn’t disappoint as he struck an unbeaten 41, which came off 33 balls and included four boundaries and a six.
Having done well in his first international match, the 20-year-old has vowed to keep working hard going forward.
Last week my dream of representing Pakistan 🇵🇰 came true. I've worked hard for this but still a long way to go🤞
Thank you to everyone for the messages of support, it really means a lot💪❤️ pic.twitter.com/2h7Wnd5gjJ
— Abdullah Shafique (@imabd28) November 15, 2020
“Last week my dream of representing Pakistan came true. I’ve worked hard for this but still a long way to go. Thank you to everyone for the messages of support, it really means a lot,” he said on Twitter.
Shafique has been picked for Pakistan’s tour of New Zealand and is expected to feature in the series, which will consist of three T20 Internationals from December 18 to 22 and two Tests from December 26 to January 7.