Pakistani batsman Ahmad Shahzad met with an accident on Wednesday night. The cricketer was returning from the gym when a car hit him. Luckily, he wasn't seriously injured.
The 27-year-old shared the news on his Twitter account and wrote, “This evening as I was returning home from the gym I was hit by a car … currently am at the police station filing a complaint about a “hit and run.”
Shahzad last played for Pakistan in June this year against Scotland. He hasn't been part of any game since then because of the ban.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) handed over a four months ban to Shahzad which is effective from 10th July 2018 for violating the Board’s Anti-Doping Rules.
Shahzad was Provisionally Suspended and was issued a Notice of Charge by PCB on 10th July 2018 for the presence of a Prohibited Substance in his sample which was collected through an In-Competition doping test during the Pakistan Cup 2018. He is, however, included in the roster of the sixth team of Pakistan Super League (PSL) fourth edition, which was Multan Sultans last year.