Sarfraz Ahmed, the former captain, achieved a milestone in red-ball cricket, crossing 3000 runs

Former captain Sarfaraz Ahmed received warm congratulations from national team captain Babar Azam and wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Rizwan for achieving the remarkable milestone of 3000 runs in red-ball cricket. After the conclusion of the first day of an ongoing Test match in Sri Lanka, Sarfaraz Ahmed received an honorary call from his fellow national team players to honor this achievement.

Captain Babar Azam expressed his admiration for Sarfaraz, emphasizing the impact he had on his career and the valuable lessons he learned from him. Babar noted that Sarfaraz’s guidance and tough love were rooted in genuine care and affection. He further commended Sarfaraz’s perseverance and determination, considering his success after three years of hard work and dedication, which serves as a remarkable example for any athlete.

Praising Sarfaraz’s dedication, Babar Azam also acknowledged the hidden efforts behind Sarfaraz’s previous Man of the Series award. Meanwhile, national cricketer Mohammad Rizwan took to Twitter to extend his congratulations to Sarfaraz, hailing him as one of Pakistan’s finest wicketkeeper-batsmen to date.

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