With the continuous failures of wicket-keeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan, former captain Sarfaraz Ahmed is one of the wicket-keepers who are under
Earlier, a dismal run in the International cricket was able to push the agile player out of the national reckoning, also getting stripped off the captaincy honor – an event after which Babar Azam took the T20I captaincy while Azhar Ali was installed as the Test skipper of the boys in green.
Nevertheless, Sarfaraz is confident of turning the tables and return to the national team while registering strong shows in the forthcoming edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL). The veteran of 49 Tests, 116 ODIs and 58 T20Is revealed that he would try to bat up the order for Quetta Gladiators so that he could control the game well for his side. The 32-year old is a strong performer of the Pakistan’s darling T20 competition, but it remains to be seen how he fares in PSL 2020.