Sarfaraz Ahmed posts message for critics after getting roasted on Twitter for missing stumping

KSW Monitoring Desk

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Srinagar, Sep 2: Former Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed has reacted to the criticism he has received for missing out stumping of Morning Ali during Pakistan’s third T20 against England by posting a message on his Twitter.

The wicket-keeper batsman played for Pakistan after 11 months. He was sacked from the captaincy after suffering defeat from Sri Lanka at home in the three-match T20I series.

Sarfaraz posted a message in Urdu on Twitter after he was heavily criticized on social media and received hate as he missed Moeen Ali’s stumps, who then went on to make a half-century. It was simple chance but Sarfaraz fumbled. It was enough for him to become talk of the Twitter memes again and receive criticism.

On the other hand, fans also termed him as ‘Lucky Charm’ as the Pakistan won the only match during his presence.

Sarfaraz was also recently topic of memes on Twitter after his picture yawning during Pakistan’s second T20 match against England got viral.

Before that he was seen yawn during Test series while his yawn picture of World Cup 2019 was already iconic on Twitter.