Ahmed has nothing to regret after being removed as captain
Former captain Sarfaraz Ahmed said that he doesn’t have any bad feelings towards the Pakistan Cricket Board’s decision following his sacking. The board sacked him after his side’s disappointing defeat against Sri Lanka in the T20I series. Babar Azam later replaced him as captain for T20I and Test.
Ahmed doesn’t have any regrets after his removal from captaincy. ‘I am grateful for whatever I achieved as the captain. I am satisfied with my performance as captain. I captained Pakistan in 100 international games in three formats. I always tried to perform for Pakistan and gave my best’, he said.
He revealed that PCB CEO Wasim Khan spoke to him before the announcement of his removal. He gave him an option whether he will resign or they will release a statement. Ahmed asked them to decide for him.
‘I was asked if I would prefer to resign myself or through a press release. I said that it is your (PCB’s) decision and whatever is in the better interest of Pakistan cricket, I would be satisfied with it’, he said.
The Pakistan Cricket Team is currently touring Australia. They were whitewashed by the Aussies in the recently concluded T20I series. The two teams are set to play the first Test match on November 21 in Brisbane. Odds for this match will be available soon. Check out the latest cricket odds on Betwala.
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