ICC World Twenty20: Ahmed Shehzad dedicates match-winning ton vs Bangladesh to 'all his critics'

Ahmed Shehzad had scores of 22 and 5 in the two matches against India and Australia before his 59-ball ton on Sunday against Bangladesh. He also surpassed his Pakistan record of 98 not out scored against Zimbabwe at Harare in an earlier T20 match.

updated: March 30, 2014 22:13 IST
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Mirpur, Bangladesh: Young Ahmed Shehzad, who on Sunday became the first Pakistan batsman to score a century in all three formats, took a dig at his critics by dedicating his knock to all those who have criticised him after a couple of failures. (Scorecard | Highlights)

"It's for all my critics who has spoken a lot of harsh things about me. There are a lot of people back home who had a lot to say after a couple of failures. I dedicate this century to all those people," Shehzad said in a content tone as his skipper Mohammed Hafeez and media manager Zakir Khan found it hard to suppress their grin.

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