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Sarfaraz Ahmed Cricinfo Profile Highlights
Full name Sarfraz Ahmed
Born May 22, 1987, Karachi, Sindh
Playing role Wicketkeeper
Batting style Right-hand bat
Major teams Pakistan, Karachi Dolphins, Karachi Harbour, Pakistan A, Pakistan International Airlines, Pakistan Under-19s, Sind
Sarfraz Ahmed is a Pakistani cricketer who captained Pakistan to triumph at the Under 19 World Cup in 2006. He is a wicket-guardian and a privilege gave batsman. He had played only 5 recreations for the Pakistan Under 19 cricket group before being chosen as commander for the Under 19 Cricket World Cup. He plays top of the line cricket for Karachi.
One Day International
Sarfraz Ahmed was rung by Pakistan as spread for Kamran Akmal who had a finger damage in the one-day arrangement in the middle of India and Pakistan in November 2007. He made his one day worldwide presentation in the last match of the arrangement, on 18 November 2007. He kept well however didn’t get an opportunity to bat as Pakistan had won the match before he was expected to bat.
In 2008, Sarfraz Ahmed was chosen in front of Kamran Akmal for the Asia Cup. Amid the Asia Cup he awed with his keeping abilities yet didn’t get an opportunity to demonstrate his batting aptitudes.
He made his test match make a big appearance in Hobart on 14 January 2010, in the third test match against Australia, supplanting Kamran Akmal who endured a “mistake ridden execution” in the second test. After an unremarkable introduction with the bat, he was dropped again after one match.
Come back to the International Team
Sarfraz Ahmed came back to the worldwide group for the ODI arrangement against Sri Lanka in November 2011. His noteworthy keeping and little cameos kept him in the group for the consequent arrangement against Bangladesh and the 2012 Asia Cup. He demonstrated his value with the bat amid the 2012 Asia Cup last where he scored a urgent 46 not out (the most noteworthy score from his group) as Pakistan won the match by 2 runs. He was subsequently remunerated a Category C contract and chose for Pakistan’s next arrangement against Sri Lanka, again for Odis.