Sarfraz deletes viral video tweet after getting trolled online

Pakistan team skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed made the headlines for deleting the tweet which spread like wildfire on social media. Well, he had no option left but to delete the tweet immediately after it triggered a whole new trend of trolling.

Sarfraz deletes viral video tweet after getting trolled online
Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed in action against SA

What happened?

Pakistan wicketkeeper-batsman name was repeated quite often on social media Twitter platform after he uploaded a viral video of a child reading an Urdu poem loudly wherein the cricketer could be seen seeking help in an attempt to express his feelings over the subject of ongoing infamous controversies.

However, the now-deleted tweet had come after reports spreading via online suggesting that Sarfaraz’s captaincy is in danger with players renewed fantastic atmosphere in the dressing room following their victory in the 4th ODI match against South Africa during his absence.

Watch the video below:-

Sarfraz has been handed a temporary ban for four matches after he passed on racial remarks towards South Africa’s Andile Phehlukwayo. He expressed his guilt and promised to come back as a better person. “Whatever happened has happened. accepted my mistake and ICC’s decision is in front of you. I will improve myself and my performance in the future and I thank my supporters for their backing.”

“I don’t see anything in it as I was playing cricket for the last five months. I will rest and then play Pakistan Super League.”

Sarfraz’s absence didn’t disturb Pakistan’s momentum as the visitors clinched a dominating victory against Proteas to level the series 2-2. The deciding ODI is scheduled to play today (January 30) at Newlands, Cape Town.

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