Sarfraz Ahmad the wicket keeper bats man has been announced as the next Pakistani t 20 leader by the PCB. He will replace Shahid Afridi the former captain and all-rounder player.
“I am happy to have this opportunity and I am honored that PCB has trusted my ability to lead the country,” Sarfraz said in an interview â€œIndeed, this is a challenging job but at the same time, it’s the highest privilege in a cricketer’s life, so I am determined to do my best to justify my position captain. I didn’t make any future plan, but I will sit down with the PCB and will talk about it in due course.
“The best thing about me, I believe, is my ability to contribution for the team. I always try to play my role whatever it is – batting or wicketkeeping – regardless of the situation or the number I bat on. The more important thing about me is that I remain in my limit and don’t talk much. It’s my cricket that speaks, and this is what a captain should be doing – lead form the front.”
Sarfraz’s will debut as the t20 captain in September 7 when Pakistan will take on England.