15 Facts About Ahmed Shehzad


Ahmed Shehzad was born on 23 November 1991 and is a Pakistani international cricketer.


Ahmed Shehzad is an opening batsman who made his One Day International and Twenty20 International debut for Pakistan in April 2009 against Australia.


Ahmed Shehzad was a member of the Pakistan team that won the 2009 ICC World Twenty20, as he was the first Pakistani in the history of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup to score a century which he did with his 111 not out against Bangladesh in the 2014 tournament.


Ahmed Shehzad was born into a Pashtun family of the Afridi clan and, outside English and Urdu, he can speak Pashto as well.


On 19 September 2015, Ahmed Shehzad married Sana, his childhood friend.


Ahmed Shehzad is the title winner of BPL 2016 and PSL 2019 as champion in BPL he was playing in Comilla Victorians in 2016 and Quetta Gladiators.


Ahmed Shehzad was the highest runs scorer and man of the tournament in 2016 Pakistan Cup.


Ahmed Shehzad scored 372 runs in only 5 matches with the help of 3 half centuries and a hundred.


Ahmed Shehzad scored the most runs for Baluchistan during the tournament, with 251 runs in four matches.


Ahmed Shehzad failed a doping test in 2018 and was banned for 10 weeks.


Ahmed Shehzad made his Test debut against Sri Lanka in 2013 scoring 38 in the first innings and 55 in the second.


Ahmed Shehzad was part of the Test squad against South Africa in UAE.


Ahmed Shehzad has a 40+ test average for Pakistan Cricket Team with the help of 3 hundreds and 3 half centuries.


Ahmed Shehzad is First Pakistani player who has scored a century in all three forms of cricket.


Ahmed Shehzad was issued a one-match ban in 2011 for showing dissent in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, one month before being issued a fine on disciplinary grounds.