Srinagar, September 09: The controversies surrounding recently announced Pakistan T20 World Cup squad are not dying down with latest being around rumours of Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan wanting inclusion of Sarfaraz Ahmed in the team.
As per report in Pakistan local media Pakistan skipper Babar Azam and star batsman wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan want former skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed in the squad.
Both Babar and Rizwan are of the opinion that Sarafarz’s experience is needed in the squad.
Sarfaraz was the captain of the Pakistam team during their most dominant era in T20I and led them to the top of ICC rankings in the format.
The 34-year-old led Pakistan in 37 matches and won 29 of them from 2016-2019. With bat in hand, Ahmed has scored 814 runs at a strike rate of 126 in 60 matches for Pakistan.
With inputs from CricWick.com