Pakistan PM Imran Khan advises Sarfaraz Ahmed to make a comeback.

by KhelNaya |AUTHOR Published – Nov 18, 2019

Sarfaraz was sacked as captain and was removed from the team after Pakistan were whitewashed 0-3 in a T20I series at home against Sri Lanka.

After Pakistan’s bleak presentation against the T20I arrangement against Sri Lanka, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had sacked Sarfaraz Ahmed as the captain from T20I and Tests. Azhar Ali was named as Pakistan’s captain in Tests and Babar Azam has relegated the job of T20I skipper. The wicketkeeper-batsman was sacked as skipper and was expelled from the group after Pakistan were whitewashed 0-3 of every a T20I arrangement at home by a generally powerless Sri Lankan group. 

To add to his misfortunes, Sarfaraz has likewise been dropped from the upcoming Australia arrangement. It has been not clarified whether Sarfaraz will proceed as the ODI commander or not as Pakistan’s next 50-over task isn’t until July one year from now. Pakistan likewise had a woeful run in the World Cup as the Sarfaraz Ahmed-drove side were taken out in the gathering stage after they completed fifth on the points table at equivalent points (11) with New Zealand. 

After an unremarkable batting execution and failure to give results, the 32-year-old was sidelined from the national side. In the meantime, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has offered a bit of guidance for Sarfaraz. Khan has prompted the sacked captain to concentrate on domestic cricket to bob once more into the national side. Khan was idealistic about Sarfaraz’s arrival to international cricket. 

“I don’t think the performance and form of a player should be judged by T20 cricket but through Test and One-day cricket. He can come back to the national team, he should focus on domestic cricket,” said the Pakistan PM when asked about Sarfaraz as quoted by India Today.

Misbah is an honest personality: Imran Khan

Moreover, Imran Khan has additionally supported the arrangement of Misbah-ul-Haq as the head coach and chief selector. He recognized the move as a productive one and viewed Misbah as a decent decision for the job.

“It is a constructive move to appoint Misbah as he is an honest and unbiased personality who has loads of experience behind him. I think Misbah will turn out to be a good choice and Pakistan will improve and do well in Test and ODI cricket under him. He has this talent in him that he can groom the players and also improve their performance,” said Khan.

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