Without a shadow of doubt, wicket-keeper batsman Sarfaraz Ahmed is one of the finest skippers of the Pakistan Super League (PSL). Leading Quetta Gladiators in all the five editions of the 20-over tournament, the agile cricketer boasts a winning percentage in excess of 60. Moreover, he led Quetta to victory in the last season of the PSL.
In PSL 2020, Sarfaraz has done well to put Quetta in top 4, winning 3 of their 5 contests. All this has recently been reviewed by the opening batsman Shane Watson who went on to call Sarfaraz a selfless leader. The belligerent batsman added that Sarfaraz always puts his team’s needs on top of his priority result. As a result, some of his decisions get questioned.
Watson’s comments came after Quetta’s defeat against Multan where the 32-year old cricketer came to bat at 9, leaving a lot of question marks. However, his individual show hasn’t been bad at all as the dexterous batsman is averaging 45 with bat whilst maintaining a strike-rate in excess of 142.