Pakistan Cricket: Former Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed left Pakistan. According to several reports in Pakistani media, former captain of Pakistan cricket team Sarfaraz Ahmed has left the country and gone to Britain.
Reports have revealed that Sarfaraz, who led Pakistan to the Champions Trophy win in 2017, was becoming uncertain about his future in the team and decided to leave Pakistan.
Despite the move, it is also reporting that Sarfaraz will continue to participate in PSL Season 9 and play for Quetta Gladiators. The 36-year-old player wants to continue his professional relationship with the PCB.
Although it is still not clear why the player took this sudden decision, right after the 2019 World Cup, where he led the team, he was constantly ignoring. He last played white-ball cricket for Pakistan in 2021.
Sarfaraz came on the field for the first time during the 2006 Under-19 World Cup and he led his Pakistani team to victory in the tournament.
Overall, he has played 54 Tests for Pakistan and scored 3031 runs at an average of 37.31. He has scored 2315 runs in 117 ODI matches at an average of 33.55. As far as T-20 is concerned, he has 818 runs in his name.