Sarfaraz Ahmed is a Pakistani wicketkeeper batsman. He was born on May 22, 1987 in Karachi, Pakistan. Sarfaraz plays for the Pakistani national cricket team. He was the former captain of the Pakistan side in all formats.
He started his cricket career since early age. Sarfaraz started off as a wicketkeeper and batting in the middle order for Pakistan Under 15 side. Later, He was selected for pakistan u19 team. Also, Sarfraz got chance to led the Pakistan U19 team to win the 2006 ICC U19 World Cup. Where Pakistan defended a paltry 109 against arch rivals India in final.
Sarfaraz Ahmed made his ODI debut against India at Jaipur in 2007. Later, He made his Test debut against Australia at Hobart in 2010. He scored 1 and 5. And took four catches. Sarfaraz was selected for 2015 Cricket World Cup but did not get a chance to play in the first four matches.
After, Azhar Ali stepped down as the captain of Pakistan from One Day format. Sarfraz was selected by the Pakistan Cricket Board. When Misbah Ul-Haq retired from Test cricket. Sarfraz became the 32nd captain to lead Pakistan in the longest format of the game.
Under his captaincy, Pakistan has won the
2017 ICC Champions Trophy. In the final against rivals India. Pakistan posted a massive total of 338 and won the match to become the champions.
Sarfraz plays for Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League. He has led his franchise to the final of the tournament in both 2016 and 2017.
His networth is estimated to be $7 Million.
His wife name is Syeda Khushbakht Shah.
His height is 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m).
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