KARACHI: Former Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed has ended quiet on the furious discussion in the cricket circles about who is Pakistan’s no 1 wicketkeeper-batsman while requesting that Muhammad Hafeez show “inspiration”.
The Hafeez vs Sarfaraz banter was set off after Hafeez’s salutary tweet to Muhammad Rizwan in which he had hit in a roundabout way at his previous captain provoking a solid reaction from him.
Hafeez tweeted on Thursday to value Rizwan for his ton and said, “Congrats @iMRizwanPak on scoring T20 Hundred focuses. U r a Star sparkling star. Can’t help thinking about how long u need to demonstrate that u r NO1 wicketkeeper/Batsman in Pakistan taking all things together organizations of the game”.
This provoked a reaction from Ahmed who has not been remembered for the playing 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 presently has consistently been number ONE for the country and have been regarded likewise,” he tweeted to Hafeez.
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. https://t.co/dF7BScOurl— Sarfaraz Ahmed (@SarfarazA_54) February 12, 2021
Ahmed noticed that everybody is behind Rizwan and wished he plays a lot additional astonishing innings for Pakistan.
“Aur ayende bhee jisko bhee chance milega wo Pakistan ke liye number ONE he huga. (Also, whoever is allowed to play would be no 1 for Pakistan).”
The previous captain additionally encouraged Hafeez to not make divisions. “We don’t expect anything yet energy coming from a worldwide player who has played such countless games for Pakistan.”
Previous players and specialists have likewise been remarking on the matter since Rizwan arose as a column for the cricket crew and safeguarded it at various events.