Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed is satisfied with his team’s performance over the last three years in the limited overs formats, sources revealed. The ace wicketkeeper-batsman is content with his team, which finished just outside the top four in the recently concluded World Cup.
“I am satisfied with my performance as the team’s captain. The team performed really well in last matches of World Cup against top teams,” Sarfaraz reportedly told the Cricket Committee. The high-profile meeting also included ex-chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq and coach Mickey Arthur.
Pakistan began their tournament campaign in the showpiece event with a heavy loss to West Indies which took a deep hit on their net run rate. Ultimately, the net run rate rule came into play despite Pakistan winning four of their last matches on the trot.