I won’t be going back home alone, says Sarfraz

Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed is furious over the issues going around his team in the recent times ans he warned his team mates that he won’t go home alone following these issues.

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Pakistan recently lost to India badly, in their much anticipated rivalry game and following the match all are not welll around the team as fans and former players are not happy with the present team and their behaviours on and off the field.

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Further, some reports are claiming in the lasy two days that there is an internal clash between the Pakistan players and it seems like there are group formings among the players specially among senior players.

Alleged reports suggest that Imam-ul-Haq, Imad Wasim & Wahab Riaz are revolting against Sarfaraz. Also, Sarfaraz has a heated argument with the team management after expressing his wish to play Hasnain and Asif against India.

Sarfaraz Ahmed now has asked his teammates to lift their game for the remaining four matches. Pakistan has their backs against the wall as they have won a solitary match out of the five games they have played.

“If anyone thinks that I will go home, then it is their idiocy. If God forbid something unfortunate happens, then I won’t be the only one going back home, Sarfaraz said.

“Forget the bad performance and uplift the team for the remaining four matches,” Sarfaraz added. Pakistan will play their next match against South Africa at Lord’s London on 23rd June and it would be a do or die affair for both teams.

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