Experiencing a dreadful journey so far in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 event, Pakistan sits on the verge of getting eliminated from the tournament. Particularly, the captain Sarfaraz Ahmed seems to be in focus as the wicket-keeper batsman is finding himself in a pool of criticism.
Not only his batting and fitness, but Sarfaraz’s captaincy has also raised many eyebrows and the latest man to predict a troublesome period for the Karachi born is the Indian off-spinner Harbhajan Singh. The 38-year old found some time to reflect on Pakistan’s troubles in the ongoing mega-event in England and Wales.
Sharing his views, the dexterous bowler added that Pakistan needs to get back on the winning track as he understands the emotions of the people of sub-continent. In addition to that, the Jalandhar born said that he sees Sarfaraz losing his captaincy if Pakistan fails to make it to the final-four stage of the competition. The boys in green, with a rejigged strategy and hope, would take on South Africa in their next World Cup encounter on June 23 at Lord’s.