Sarfaraz has moved to London, United Kingdom, with his wife and two children
The former captain of the national cricket team, Sarfaraz Ahmed, has left Pakistan.
According to reports, Sarfaraz feeling disheartened and hopeless about the future, has decided to leave Pakistan. He has moved to London, United Kingdom, with his wife and two children.
According to sources, despite feeling disappointed about the future, Sarfaraz Ahmed is keen to maintain his connection with Pakistani cricket. He will participate in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) Season 9 matches and represent Quetta Gladiators. Sarfaraz has served Pakistan remarkably as a wicketkeeper and batsman, leading the team to lift trophies in two ICC tournaments.
It should be noted that under Sarfaraz Ahmed's captaincy, the national team won the Champions Trophy, and in the Under-19 category, his leadership led to victory in 2006.