Twitter demands Sarfaraz ouster after India loss
KARACHI: In the wake of Pakistan’s dismal performance against arch-rivals India, fans took to Twitter to demand Sarfaraz Ahmed’s sacking as captain.
Sarfaraz was caught yawning on more than one occasion in the field during India’s inning.
The skipper later played a bizarre inning, scoring just 12 off 30 balls while chasing a mammoth target of 337.
The shocking batting caused an online furor with people demanding the resignation of Sarfaraz Ahmed questioning his leadership ability, fielding and fitness.
Here is the reaction of netizens.
— Reham Khan (@RehamKhan1) June 16, 2019
Sarfraz Ahmed is not fit enough to lead this team. He lacks the charisma to inspire people. From body language 2 communication, he’s a total blunder. Worst batting skills (Tailenders r better than him). Takes risks without keeping in mind our limitations.#سرفراز_کو_گھر_بھیجو
— Danish Malik (@Danishmalik001) June 16, 2019
Do u think that this face can win this world cup. Just look at him. He didn’t sleep at night because they have sheesha party. And he said we have four matches left. If there are fourty matches left Pakistan will never win with this mentality. #سرفراز_کو_گھر_بھیجو pic.twitter.com/NVcZOmm7q7
— Sayyad_zada (@ali_sayyad1) June 17, 2019
Professionalism counts in every matter. You are representative of an international cricket team and having so called biggest match of the tournament. How can you just yawn in the field. Stop comparing the situations with 1992 cup with this kind of attitude. #سرفراز_کو_گھر_بھیجو pic.twitter.com/8FeszyG36C
— Salman Malik ✨ (@yoursanebuddy) June 17, 2019
— Dr Asim khan (@asimkhan0094) June 16, 2019
— Adnan Rajput (@BeczItsRajput) June 16, 2019
— Salar Sultanzai (@MeFixerr) June 16, 2019
Faf du Plessis : We lost against India
Aaron Finch : We also lost against India
Sarfaraz Ahmed : pic.twitter.com/NyqEKccueq
— Sagar (@sagarcasm) June 16, 2019
Get rid of Sarfaraz. Enough is enough.
— Ihtisham ul Haq (@iihtishamm) June 16, 2019
Safaraz 12 off 30 chasing 337?! 🤷🏻♂️
— Kevin Pietersen🦏 (@KP24) June 16, 2019