KARACHI: Former captain of the national cricket team , Sarfaraz Ahmed, has left the country in frustration.
According to details, Sarfaraz Ahmed departed Pakistan due to frustration and disappointment with the future. He has relocated to London, the capital of the United Kingdom, along with his wife and two children.
Sources indicate that despite his frustrations, Sarfaraz Ahmed remains interested in playing for the national team. He plans to return to Pakistan to participate in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 9, representing the Quetta Gladiators.
Sarfaraz Ahmed has served Pakistan with distinction as a wicket-keeper and batsman, leading the team to victory in two international tournaments.
It is worth noting that Sarfaraz Ahmed led the national team to victory in the Champions Trophy in 2017. Additionally, he guided the Under-19 team to success in 2006.