Sports- Pakistani former Skipper Sarfraz Ahmed breaks silence over his sacking by PCB
ISLAMABAD - Pakistani former Skipper Sarfraz Ahmed breaks silence over his sacking by Pakistan Cricket Board first from the captaincy and then from the national cricket team.
Sarfaraz Ahmed said that he is not bitter at the Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) decision to sack him. Sarfaraz maintained that he was not disappointed at being relieved of his duties.
“I am grateful for whatever I achieved as the captain. I am satisfied with my performance as captain. I captained Pakistan in 100 international games in three formats.
I always tried to perform for Pakistan and gave my best,” Sarfaraz said in his first public appearance since the PCB wielded the axe.
“There’s nothing to regret about,” he added.
The 2017 Champions Trophy winner was dismissive of his own take on the move, saying: "It doesn’t matter if I am disappointed or not as it was the PCB’s decision. My job is to play cricket and do my better and make a comeback.
I can’t tell you when exactly but the more I perform, the more early I can make a comeback,” Sarfaraz said adding that he doesn’t mind whoever the captain is, he is only aiming to do well for Pakistan.