Pakistan Leader Submits Resolution To Remove Sarfaraz Ahmed From Captaincy
After a 3-0 drubbing at the hands of Sri Lanka in the T20 I series that concluded the other day, a leader in Pakistan has actually sent a resolution in assembly to remove Sarfaraz Ahmed as the captain of their nationwide group.
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After winning the ODI series 2-0, the house group was anticipated to win the T20 I series versus an inferior Sri Lankan group led by Dasun Shanaka. A young Sri Lankan group shocked Pakistan with a 3-0 win.
In all the 3 matches, Pakistan stopped working to ferret out the overalls, with their batting stopping working severely in all the 3 T20 Is. They did come close to a win in the 3rd T20 I however a failure from the middle-order saw them fail by 13 runs, that saw them lose the series 0-3.
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Prior to the start of the series, they had won 29 out of their previous 33 T20 Is. Pakistan have actually lost 4 out of 5 T20 Is that they have actually played in 2019.
Pakistan are set to travel to Australia for a T20 I and Test series and the result of T20 I series will play a big function in choosing whether Sarfaraz will keep his location as captain or not.
Prior to the start of the Sri Lanka series, Pakistan had raised Babar Azam to the post of vice-captain and in all likeliness, he will take control of the captaincy needs to Pakistan take a get in touch with their captain.
Sarfaraz, Pakistan’s captain throughout formats, had actually led the Men in Green to a success in the ICC Champions Trophy in 2017 however at World Cup 2019, they stopped working to make it to the 2nd round of the competition.
Sarfaraz had actually taken control of as captain in ODIs after Azhar Ali had actually given up the task. He had actually taken control of as the Test cricket after Misbah-ul-Haq retired from the longest format in 2017.
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