Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed has stated the fact that he has never demanded captaincy in his career and it has always been the decision made by the Pakistan Cricket Board.
During a press match conference, Sarfaraz said:
“It is up to the Pakistan Cricket Board to decide who should and who should not remain captain. My duty is to play cricket, which I am doing. My captaincy is going fine, and I am hopeful that it will continue to remain so.
He further heaped praises on Rahat Ali and said that the fast bowler played a very important role in the success of the franchise up till now. Sarfaraz expressed that his team’s top order batsmen Kevin Pietersen will take a good decision in regards to coming to Pakistan to play in the tournament playoffs decision’ in regards to coming to Pakistan to play the tournament’s playoffs.
“He will defiantly realize that last year we suffered loss because of the absence of four international players. But we have replacements in line as well,” he said. The skipper said that didn’t expect Lahore Qalandars to be eliminated from the first stage of the tournament.
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