PM Khan advises Sarfaraz to focus on domestic cricket to make comeback
Prime Minister Imran Khan stated that former Pakistan cricket skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed can make a comeback in the team by performing well in domestic cricket.
PM, who is also a Patron-in-chief of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said that Pakistan’s cricket will only improve once their domestic cricket gets strong.
PM Khan said “I don’t think the performance and form of a player should be judged by T20 cricket but through Test and One-day cricket. Sarfaraz can come back to the national team, he should focus on domestic cricket.”
Imran Khan also backed the appointment of Misbah-ul-Haq as head coach and chief selector.
He said that he think Misbah will turn out to be a good choice and Pakistan will improve and do well in Test and ODI cricket under him.
It is pertinent to mention here that the PCB in October had removed Sarfaraz Ahmed as skipper in the Test and Twenty20 formats due to a drop in his overall form.