Skipper Safraz Ahmed reveals his biggest weakness
ISLAMABAD - *Pakistan cricket captain Sarfraz Ahmed, known for his on field display of anger, has said on Monday that he is learning to manage his anger better.*
He said this at the post-match presentation, after his side cruised to yet another victory against visitors the West Indies, winning the second T20I by 82 runs, after imposing a mammoth target of 206 runs on the board.
“My boys are brilliant and they have a great understanding of the game and as a result, they have performed well. I’m trying to learn things such as anger management etc. Trying to stay calm and instill confidence in the youngsters,” said Sarfraz.
The overjoyed skipper praised his side, particularly the youngsters, for exhibiting confidence against the West Indies. Sarfraz was impressed with all-rounder Hussain Talat for his performance in the match.
“I love it when youngsters come to the team and play with so much confidence such as Talat today, Shadab a few months ago, and even Babar. So I think every youngster that comes in has the same confidence of playing,” he added.
Talat went on to score 63 runs with the bat and also picked up two wickets, taking his side to another series win. Pakistan would play the third and final T20I of the series tonight (Tuesday) at Karachi’s National Stadium.