Abdul Qadir Demands Sarfraz Ahmed To Be Captain

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Abdul Qadir Demands Sarfraz Ahmed To Be captain
Abdul Qadir Demands Sarfraz Ahmed Be Captain:
LAHORE: Former Pakistan cricket team captain and league spinner Abdul Qadir have demanded Sarfraz Ahmed to retain the captaincy.

According to details, former captain of Pakistan Cricket Team Abdul Qadir has demanded PCB (Pakistan Cricket Board) to retain the leadership of all three formats of Pakistan Cricket team and appoint Babar Azam as vice-captain.
In an interview, Abdul Qadir said it was a pity that the Pakistan cricket team failed to make it to the semi-finals at the 2019 World Cup but it is not proper to blame Captain Sarfraz Ahmed for this failure.
Former Test cricketer Abdul Qadir said Sarfraz Ahmed is the winner and in many difficult matches, he showed a lively spirit and gave way to the Pakistan cricket team to win.

Abdul Qadir said that Babar Azam should be made vice-captain of Pakistan Cricket Team. Babar Azam has also led the Pakistan U-19 cricket team in the past. He falls as captain.

He said that Sarfraz Ahmed would make a decision to retire after two to three years, during which time Babar Azam would also become an expert in leading the team better.

He further said that there would be no other choice for Baba Azam after Sarfraz Ahmed for PCB.


Abdul Qadir has played 67 Tests and 104 ODIs for Pakistan from 1977 to 1993, as well as the commentator and chief selector of the Pakistan Cricket Board.

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