Pakistan’s batting legend and former skipper of the side Javed Miandad has joined the debate concerning the captaincy of Pakistan for the next year’s World Cup to be played in England and Wales.
The batting maestro has backed the wicket-keeper batsman Sarfraz Ahmed to take the leadership role for the mega-event. He believes that removing the Karachi-born batsman from the captaincy with only few months left in the tournament would be a wrong move.
He acknowledged the domination of his team in the shortest format of the game but added that Pakistan needs to ameliorate their 50-over cricket. He also called the current series against New Zealand as a real test for the green team.