- Sarfaraz Ahmed has damaged his silence on the talk over who the is number one wicketkeeper-batsma after Hafeez’s tweet
- Sarfaraz says we count on nothing however positiveness coming from a world participant who has performed so many video games for Pakistan
- The previous skipper says we’re all behind Rizwan and want that he performs many extra wonderful innings
LAHORE: Former Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed has responded to the continued debate on who’s the number one wicketkeeper-batsman within the nation after Mohammad Hafeez congratulated Mohammad Rizwan on his match-winning efficiency within the first T20 towards South Africa.
Hafeez took an oblique jibe at Ahmed Thursday when he tweeted to understand Rizwan for his ton and mentioned, “Congratulations @iMRizwanPak on scoring T20 hundred. U r a Star shining star Wonder how long u need to prove that u r NO1 wicketkeeper/Batsman in Pakistan in all formats of the game”.
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This prompted a response from Ahmed who has not been included within the enjoying XI.
“Hafeez bhai Sb, whoever has played for Pakistan from Imtiaz Ahmed, Wasim Bari, Tasleem Arif to Saleem Yousuf and from Moin Khan, Rashid Latif to Kamran Akmal and even Rizwan right now has always been number ONE for the country and have been respected accordingly,” he tweeted to Hafeez.
Ahmed famous that everybody is behind Rizwan and wished he performs many extra wonderful innings for Pakistan.
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“Aur ayende bhee jisko bhee chance milega wo Pakistan ke liye number ONE hee huga. (And whoever is given a chance to play would be no 1 for Pakistan).”
The previous skipper additionally urged Hafeez to not create divisions. “We expect nothing but positiveness coming from an international player who has played so many games for Pakistan.”
Former gamers and specialists have additionally been commenting on the matter since Rizwan emerged as a pillar for the cricket crew and rescued it at totally different events.