Sarfaraz Ahmed, the wicket-keeper batsman of Pakistan, finally had to face the axe as a series of below-par performances moved him out of the national framework. However, the aggressive batsman is currently participating in the ongoing domestic season of the country.
After his exclusion, his supporters went crazy as there was a protest on various platforms of social media which criticized the decision of the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
Many even moved forward to call it a conspiracy against the Karachi born cricketer. However, this notion was recently spurned disdainfully by the former Pakistan cricketer Moin Khan who opined that considering Sarfaraz’s exit a conspiracy against him is nothing except poor thinking.
He feels that the ouster of Sarfaraz was a clear message for everyone that mediocre performances won’t be tolerated. Moreover, the 48-year old backed the agile cricketer to show his prowess and get back to donning the national colors. Moin added that if Sarfaraz scores heavily in domestic, then no one would be able to stop his comeback.