Pakistan cricketer Ahmed Shehzad posts picture after workout. Gets brutally trolled

first_imgAhmed Shehzad played just one game in the ICC Champions Trophy in June and was replaced by Fakhar Zaman afterwards.Pakistan batsman Ahmed Shehzad is the latest cricketer trolled on social media after he posted a post-workout picture on his Twitter handle and was called things like ‘drama queen’ and ‘selfie queen’ by a few of his followers.In the picture, Shehzad could be seen resting in his car while sweating profusely after his workout session in the gym. He captioned the picture, “Sana: howz the feeling of a good work out? Me: (picture)”.Sana: howz the feeling of a good work out?Me: pic.twitter.com/a0mokMAvKo- Ahmad Shahzad (@iamAhmadshahzad) August 8, 2017Hashtag Selfie Queen.Hashtag Drama Queen.- Mehwish (@Mehwish_dr) August 8, 2017Hashtag out of teamHashtag may he never return in the side- J. (@a_socialanimal) August 8, 2017Dude, it is very very unlikely that your wife asked you that.- Talha Ahmed (@_talhaahmed) August 8, 2017Fakhar Zaman kaisa hai??????- Dragon Fly (@Dr_Dragon001) August 8, 2017Bragging at itz best…show off…- Zarar Mir (@zararmir) August 10, 2017Car ka AC sahi karale,if money problem then muthoot gold loan hai na….- Abhinavd Agarwal (@abhinavdagarwal) August 9, 2017Plz make it real in Cricket???- Abuhuraira Ansari (@HurairaOfficial) August 8, 2017Feeling right after Mickey Arthur statement #PakistanZindabad- RFJ (@RajaFasy) August 8, 2017da shoda bacheya la kho. Show off. Dummy Virat kohli- aimal khan (@aimalkhanmandal) August 10, 2017Shehzad last played for Pakistan in their opening match of the ICC Champions Trophy against India where he scored 12 from 22 balls as Pakistan lost by 124 runs via D/L method.advertisementHe was dropped from the playing XI afterwards and replaced by talented left-handed batsman Fakhar Zaman, who went on to amass 252 runs in four games at an average of 63 with two fifties and a brilliant hundred which he scored in the final against India as Pakistan won by a huge margin of 180 runs to lift their maiden Champions Trophy title.last_img

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