Controversy in Pakistan Super League as Ahmed Shehzad abruptly quits, alleges conspiracy to exclude him from a team

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In a statement, Ahmed Shehzad has announced his retirement from the PSL due to what he perceives as an unfair effort by all six franchises to keep him out of the competition. Shehzad expressed his disillusionment with Pakistan cricket, claiming that patriotism “goes against you” and suggesting that other players have taken up lucrative league contracts while he has opted to stay in the domestic circuit. Despite his retirement from the PSL, Shehzad has not ruled out participating in leagues around the world, claiming he has received offers to do so. At 32 years old, Shehzad last played in the PSL in 2020 and had a poor tournament. Although he scored over 1000 runs in 45 PSL matches, he was not picked up in the PSL draft on December 13, despite his recent success in the National T20 Cup.

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