Former Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed scored a fantastic century in the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy clash between Sindh and Southern Punjab. Sarfaraz amassed 131 off 174 deliveries and was part of a stellar 278-run partnership with double centurion Fawad Alam.
The wicket keeper-batsman, who was dropped from the national side for his poor form, played brilliantly throughout his gritty stay at the crease. He employed his nifty wrist-work remarkably well by frequently piercing the gaps in the field.
Sarfaraz's outstanding knock is his first three-figure score in five years in first-class cricket. “I was waiting for such a big innings because it boosts your confidence. Domestic cricket is the best platform for a player to regain his form,” a relieved Sarfaraz later said.