Pakistan’s skipper Sarfraz Ahmed after getting relieved from controversial comments to a South African batsman, finally had joyous moments with some children including his son Abdullah at Nelson Mandela Square in South Africa.
Sarfraz’s wife Khushbakht Sarfraz shared a video from her Twitter account in which Sarfraz is seen racing with children. She wrote a caption under the video in which he praised his husband for being humble and down towards.
“This is Nelson Mandela Square where Abdullah and his Abba really had a great time racing with the local kids. This is His real side. Down to Earth and Humble,” she put this as a caption to the video.
This is Nelson Mendela Square where Abdullah and his Abba really had great time racing with the local kids. This is His real side. Down to Earth and Humble ❤️ pic.twitter.com/nkFaQP7fZq
— Khushbakht Sarfaraz (@sarfarazkhush) January 25, 2019
It is pertinent to mention here that the team’s skipper struck under immense pressure after passing racist comments to Andile Phulekwayo who bats tremendously in his team’s five-wicket victory over tourists in second ODI.
Sarfraz later publicly apologized for such remarks and also met Phulekwayo one-on-one to say sorry before the third ODI on Friday which they lost by 13 runs (D/L).
South Africa are currently leading the five-match ODI series 2-1. Both teams will play the fourth ODI on Sunday.