Sarfaraz Ahmed, the former captain of Pakistan’s cricket team, has left the country and moved to London, United Kingdom, along with his wife and two children. Reports suggest that he’s feeling disheartened and hopeless about the future in Pakistan. Despite these sentiments, Sarfaraz is determined to maintain his connection with Pakistani cricket.
Sources reveal that Sarfaraz Ahmed will continue his involvement in the sport by participating in the upcoming Pakistan Super League (PSL) Season 9 matches, where he’ll represent Quetta Gladiators. Known for his outstanding contributions as a wicketkeeper and batsman, Sarfaraz led the national team to victory in two ICC tournaments. Notably, under his captaincy, Pakistan clinched the prestigious Champions Trophy, and he also played a pivotal role in the Under-19 team’s success in 2006.
Sarfaraz’s decision to relocate to London underscores his concerns about the future, but his commitment to cricket remains strong. Fans can look forward to seeing him in action during the PSL, representing Quetta Gladiators