Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed seemed in a playful mood on the eve of the first ODI encounter against Sri Lanka at the National Stadium, Karachi. Speaking in a press conference, the wicketkeeper-batsman hilariously took an indirect at famous Pakistani politician Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari.
When asked about the stadium outfield which had been subject to persistent rain for the past couple of days, Sarfaraz replied: "As far as outfield is concerned I would say that 'when it rains, water comes down'.”
He lightheartedly used the phrase made famous by the PPP leader about rains in Sindh, which had earlier gone viral on the social media. Sarfaraz’s comment also drew an outburst of laughter from the people present in the room.