Sarfraz Ahmed a Well Replacement of Kamran Akmal

Sarfraz Ahmed Biography

Born on 22 May in 1987 Sarfraz Ahmed  is a Pakistani cricketer who is widely known to have captained the glorious victory of Pakistan for Under 19 World Cup in 2006. Sarfraz plays for Karachi in the domestic cricket of Pakistan and is a wicket keeper along with being a right handed batsman. He has only played 5 games for the Under 19 team when he got selected for the captaincy of Under 19 cricket team of Pakistan for the World Cup 2006. Sarfraz Ahmed scored a remarkable 76 not out on 4th Dec 14, in the t20 match against New Zealand.

Sarfraz Ahmed Career

Sarfraz got his breakthrough into the national team of Pakistan in 2007 when he was referred to as on to take the place of Kamran Akmal, who experienced a finger injury during the one day series between Pakistan and India. Sarfraz Ahmed made his one day international debut in the remaining matches of this series and although he performed his part perfectly, he failed to get the opportunity to bat as Pakistan won the match before he was required to bat. In 2008, Sarfraz got lucky and ended up being selected before Kamran Akmal  for the Asia Cup. It was during these matches that he exhibited his striking talent and skills however once again he was unable to bat.He made his test match debt in 2010 in Hobart during the third test match against Australia where he once again replaced Kamran Akmal who did not perform well in the previous test matches.Sarfraz however, made an unimpressive batting debut which led him to get dropped out of the next match.

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Sarfraz Ahmed After knocking his first hundred against Sri Lanka in 2014

Sarfraz Ahmed Comeback

In 2011, Sarfraz Ahmed made a comeback to the international cricket team for the One Day International Cricket series which were being played against Sri Lanka.