Sadaf Hussain has been a consistent performer in domestic cricket ever since he made his first-class debut a decade ago. Despite having taken a plethora of wickets over the years in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy, Sadaf has never received a call-up to Pakistan’s national side.
The 29-year-old, who averages under 20 in first-class cricket, recently registered the special feat of accomplishing 400 wickets in the longer format.
Currently representing the Northern side, the left-arm pacer dismissed Sindh’s Khurram Manzoor and Ramiz Aziz to get to the 400-wicket landmark.
He later addressed the media and expressed his eagerness to continue performing after reaching the career milestone. “I have been performing in all the seasons, yet I haven’t been picked to play for Pakistan. I don’t know why but my job is to keep performing and it’s up to the PCB to select me,” Sadaf told the press following his stellar achievement.