Ahmed Shehzad Trolled For Faking Injury By Former Pakistani Cricketer

Updated: 01 April 2017 15:59 IST

The second T20I between the West Indies and Pakistan in Trinidad saw Ahmed Shehzad getting involved in a terrible collision with West Indian batsman Chadwick Walton.

Ahmed Shehzad Trolled For Faking Injury By Former Pakistani Cricketer
Shehzad was left unconscious due to the collision © AFP

Pakistan batsman Ahmed Shehzad has been making the headlines for all the wrong reasons off late. The second T20I between the West Indies and Pakistan in Trinidad saw the opening batsman getting involved in a terrible collision with West Indian batsman Chadwick Walton. Shehzad who was left unconscious due to the impact was immediately taken off the field in an ambulance, wearing a neck brace and was later treated for concussion only to return to the field at the end of the West Indian innings. It was later reported that he was cleared by all the doctors with no possible damage.

Just after taking the field, Shehzad became the talking point on social media with former Pakistan cricketer Faisal Iqbal hailing him for of his acting skills.

The drama didn't end there as Iqbal later tagged former Pakistan cricketers, Shoaib Akhtar, Wasim Akram and Saqlain Mushtaq, claiming that all were impressed with Shehzad's acting skills.

Pakistan went on to win the match by 3 runs.

Topics : Pakistan West Indies Ahmed Shehzad Chadwick Antonio Kirkpatrick Walton Queen's Park Oval, Port of Spain, Trinidad Cricket
Highlights
  • Ahmed Shehzad was involved in a terrible collision
  • Shehzad was rushed to the hospital
  • Pakistan won the match by 3 runs
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