While being subjected to criticism, the ex-skipper, Sarfaraz Ahmed, looks like minding his critics. Happening for the second time, the wicket-keeping batsman has been spotted countering his critics on Twitter.
Earlier, on dropping Moin Ali’s stump in the third T20I played against England, the player received heavy criticism, however, he was declared as the ‘lucky charm’ by the fans once Pakistan won the only T20I in which he got featured. As of now, a local journalist, Syed Yahya Hussaini, was noted writing notalgia.
He discussed that Sarfaraz left the captaincy in the domestic last year to play the third T20I in Manchester. His statement was followed saying that if Umar Akmal or Ahmed Shehzad would have committed it, the board might have subjected the scenario taking disciplinary action.
Sarfaraz Ahmed once again answers his critics
نہ میں گرا نہ میری امیدوں کے مینار گرے
پر کچھ لوگ مجھے گرانے میں کئی بار گرے🔥👏👏 https://t.co/KAx4D3YM6G
— Sarfaraz Ahmed (@SarfarazA_54) September 10, 2020
In his reply, Sarfaraz used a meaningful Urdu couplet. He meant to write that despite lauds of criticism, he will be kept playing for his country. The couplet also hints at the win he got in the game he played.