Pakistan limited-over skipper Sarfraz Ahmed is pretty excited to lead a young and talented side on the ongoing tour of West Indies. He believes that he is more aggressive and dynamic than any other Pakistan skipper.
Sarfraz criticized India for not playing bilateral series against arch-rivals after signing the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). Sarfraz said “Maybe India is afraid that’s why they do not play us. It’s always fun to play in a match against India.”
He praised young Shadab Khan, who bowled a sensational bowling spell in the first T20I against West Indies while claiming him as his ‘trump card’.
He also clarifies his relation with senior wicket-keeper batsman Karman Akmal and refused any competition between them to take place in the team. “We will have Ahmad Shahzad and Kamran Akmal open the innings for Pakistan. Neither is Akmal a threat to me and neither am I for him,” he said.
The right-handed batsman gave a hint to lead his team from the front either in batting or infield. Sarfraz added “If I perform, the rest of the team will perform well. I plan on taking all players on board rather than frightening them.”
The 29-year-old has condemned the players, who found guilty in the spot-fixing saga. Earlier, Sarfraz admitted that he will miss Sharjeel Khan in his team.