Pakistan’s former captain Sarfraz Ahmed was dismissed from Test and T20I captaincy last month and new leaders were announced for both the formats. Babar Azam took over Pakistan’s T20I captaincy and Azhar Ali returns to the Test side as a skipper.
However, after getting dismissed Sarfraz Ahmed went back to domestic cricket to perform and prove his mettle once again.
Sarfraz Ahmed is leading Sindh in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2019 and he scored a hard-earned fifty for his team against Central Punjab.
Sarfraz Ahmed scored a timely half-century against Central Punjab
In the 2nd innings of Sindh, Central Punjab bowlers were taking wickets with ease until the former captain arrived and caressed his way to a brisk half-century with some lovely strokes.
Sarfraz scored 54 off 62 and played with a strike rate of 87. He also saved his team from defeat as the Punjab bowlers had taken 8 wickets and they just needed 2 more to win the match.