Pakistan’s wicket-keeper batsman Sarfaraz Ahmed has revealed that he is completely focused on the ongoing edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) and do well for Quetta Gladiators. His comments came in response to a question about him making a comeback in the national team.
Starting the tournament brilliantly with scores of 21, 41, 37*and 33, Sarfaraz looked on course to end up among the highest run-getters of the tournament. However, his performances took a downward trajectory in the second half of the tournament. Currently, the 32-year old has a total of 146 runs from 9 games at an unimpressive average of 24.33.
Sarfaraz shared that he isn’t thinking too far ahead of himself as the job is hand is catching all his attention. With Quetta losing out on the opportunity of beating Multan Sultans because of a washed-out game, the purple force is in danger of getting knocked out of the T20 carnival of Pakistan. Needless to say, Sarfaraz is in need of producing his best innings of PSL 2020 against Karachi Kings in their last group game.