After Pakistan’s exit from the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 tournament without even playing the semi-finals, a strong reaction from fans is only natural. While Pakistan picked momentum during the business end of the tournament, the net run-rate conundrum was able to throw them out of contention.
Due to a series of lackluster performances, Pakistani skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed was criticized for not leading his side from front. However, the wicket-keeper batsman is also enjoying some support as a chunk believes that he is still the best option to lead Pakistan.
Former Pakistan cricketer Ghulam Ali recently shared his views on Sarfaraz’s captaincy as he opined that the Karachi born should continue to lead Pakistan for his achievements. The 52-year old was found in awe of Sarfaraz as he also rated him ahead of New Zealand’s Kane Williamson and India’s Virat Kohli.
“In a short period, Sarfaraz has done really well for Pakistan. I’ll rate his captaincy better than Kane Williamson and Virat Kohli. I would support every performer and Sarfaraz is one. His record speaks for itself,” said by Ghulam Ali while dissecting Sarfaraz’s leadership qualities.