‘I am a big fan of Sarfaraz Ahmed’ says Alan Wilkins


Karachi: Renowned cricket presenter and commentator Alan Wilkins has revealed that he is a very big fan of former Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed.

The 66-year-old believes that the wicket-keeper batsman had given everything for Pakistan cricket in his captaincy. “I am a very big fan of Sarfaraz and what he has done for Pakistan cricket. He captained the team in all three formats. I think he had a lot of responsibility on his shoulders, I think the expectation on his shoulders was very heavy and I think he handled it with great dignity,” he said in a YouTube video.

Alan also thinks that funny things happen in Pakistan cricket and Sarfaraz might return as the skipper of Pakistan. “Sometimes things happen, not everything went right for him. Sarfaraz might return as the captain of the Pakistan side, who knows. But nobody can say that he didn’t give everything for that green cap of his country,” he added.

Ahmed is a terrific young cricketer, he loves to learn. Nobody gives more than him on a field more than Ahmed Shahzad. He has got years of cricket left in him,” He said about Ahmed Shehzad.

It must be noted that Alan is associated with the Pakistan Super League (PSL) since the start of the tournament.

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