Cricketer Sharjeel Khan, who has recently joined the national squad again, reportedly said that he is happy to make a comeback in the Pakistan team. He further added that there was no issue regarding fitness, and that he did not miss a single match due to fitness.
Sharjeel Khan said in a virtual press conference that he completed domestic cricket and worked hard for seven months. He mentioned that the Lahore camp is going very well as he is getting support from everyone.
He said that due to fitness he did not miss a single match, and that he is following the plan given to him. He went on to say everyone has a past, and now that he is back in cricket, his focus is on that.
Sharjeel Khan, the left-handed opening batsman, who is part of Pakistan men’s T20I squad for the tour of South Africa interacted with media via video conference call today.
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The cricketer said, “I am very happy to make a comeback. South Africa is my first tour and I will try to adjust. I will take advantage of the opportunity. I have always had small targets and now my current target is to train.
The cricketer said that after reaching South Africa he will set his targets for the series.
“I am working as an individual, I don’t know anything negative. I always learn from seniors and coaches and I am still trying,” he added.