Naseem regrets over grief of being dropped out of PSL-6


Pakistan fast bowler Naseem Shah expressed regret for not having his mother alive to share his pains with her.

The 18-year old pacer took to Twitter and shared a picture with a quote saying: “I wish my mother was alive today and I would have told her about my grief and she would have asked me why I was upset and would have said that she is there for me,”.

Shah violated Covid-19 protocols and was ousted from the remaining matches of PSL 6 to be played in Abu Dhabi.

He further tweeted: “I worked hard and was passionate about PSL. I followed the instructions, keeping in views all the messages in the group. I don’t know how I missed this message,”. “I want to play cricket as it is my life. I can’t describe how I am feeling right now. Allah will make me strong.

I will make a comeback,” he added. Mohammad Amir, the pacer of Karachi Kings consoled Naseem Shah, asking him to stay strong. “Small tests take us to great reward and respect. InshaAllah you will get huge respect, stay strong,” he wrote.—APP