New Delhi. BCCI has announced the Indian team for two Tests against Australia (India vs Australia). In this team, the king of India’s T20 format Suryakumar Yadav has been given a chance. For which there is a lot of discussion on Twitter. Fans believe that Sarfaraz Khan could have made up for this place. The figures in Sarfaraz’s first class cricket are testifying to this. Users believe that seeing Sky’s performance in T20 format, he has been included in the Test team.

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After 2019, Sarfaraz’s performance in Ranji Trophy has been at its peak. He has scored a flurry of centuries in first class cricket while playing for Mumbai. Talking about 2020, Sarfaraz has played 34 innings. In which he has scored 12 centuries, during this his average was 108.34. The first class cricketer has registered 12 centuries and 9 half-centuries in his name in just 51 innings. In the Ranji Trophy 2022-23 season, the 25-year-old has so far scored 2 unbeaten centuries and 1 half-century in 5 matches. So far this season, his average has reached 89, for the last three years this player has scored runs at an average above 100.

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After seeing these figures, the fans on social media are very angry. Many users believe that after this performance for the Test format, if any player does not get a chance then it is shameful. Sarfaraz’s average has crossed 80 in first class cricket. Even, this batsman has three double and one triple century in his name.

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Only Don Bradman is Ahead of Sarfaraz

India’s veteran players have been left behind by Sarfaraz’s average in first-class cricket. Be it the God of cricket, Sachin Tendulkar or Virat Kohli. Sachin averaged 57.84 while Kohli scored at an average of 50.08. Talking about Suryakumar Yadav, his average is 44.75 in 75 matches. Only Don Bradman is ahead of Sarfaraz who has scored runs in first class cricket at an average of 95.12.