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Sarfaraz Ahmed Migrating To UK? Ex-Pakistan Skipper Breaks Silence



Sarfaraz Ahmed has vehemently denied rumors suggesting his migration to United Kingdom in the wake of a disappointing show against Australia in AUS vs PAK five-match Test series. Putting an end to all speculations, Sarfaraz clarified that he remains firmly rooted in his commitment to the national team and is focused on overcoming challenges in future competitions.

Making a sensational return to Pakistan’s Test team for AUS vs PAK Test series, Sarfaraz Ahmed failed to shine in the series opener, getting out after single-digit scores (3 runs and 4 runs respectively) in both innings. The dismal outings led to the 36-year-old  senior cricketer being dropped for all subsequent matches. 

In an interview with Samaa Digital, Sarfaraz Ahmed emphatically stated that the notion of him leaving Pakistan is unthinkable, dismissing what he called ‘fabricated’ media reports. 

“I can’t even think of leaving Pakistan. Confirm before running such fabricated news,” Sarfaraz Ahmed emphasised during the interview with Samaa Digital.

“Sad to see such news.”

Sarfaraz Ahmed’s record for Pakistan cricket team

In his cricketing career, Sarfaraz Ahmed has accumulated a total of 3031 runs for Pakistan in 54 Tests with an average of 37.31. In ODIs, the wicket-keeper batter has amassed 2315 runs in 117 matches. In T20Is, the senior batter has scored 818 runs.

Sarfaraz Ahmed’s captaincy legacy is underscored by two significant achievements on the international stage. Under his captaincy, Ahmed secured triumph in two notable ICC tournaments. ln 2017, Sarfaraz steered Pakistan cricket team to a historic win over India in a low-scoring final, clinching the prestigious Champions Trophy.

Additionally, in the early stages of his career, Sarfaraz showcased his leadership acumen by guiding the Pakistan Under-19 team to a memorable triumph against India in the ICC U-19 World Cup Final in 2006. 

Sarfaraz Ahmed-led his PSL team Gladiators to a memorable title win in 2019 by defeating Peshawar Zalmi in the summit clash.

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