newscricket1 month ago

PAK vs NZ | We all are ‘super proud’ of Sarfaraz Ahmed, hails Wasim Akram

Wasim Akram has heaped praise on Sarfaraz Ahmed after the latter’s valiant 118 in the second innings helped Pakistan draw the second Test against New Zealand. Akram highlighted how clinical the knock was under immense pressure which eventually played a crucial role in Pakistan’s escape.
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newscricket1 month ago

PAK vs NZ | Twitter reacts as bloodthirsty Daryl Mitchell's relentless efforts finally get better of Sarfaraz Ahmed in controversial stumping decision

High-scoring Tests can often trudge on to no ends for both spectators and the players, which means moments of inspiration, when they come about, seem all the more special. With Pakistan threatening to draw to parity, Daryl Mitchell struck in his first over courtesy of some Tom Blundell brilliance.
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newscricket1 month ago

PAK vs NZ | Twitter lauds Sarfaraz Ahmed for reminding Pakistan what they were missing with another lightning stumping

Selection of cricket teams in Asia would always remain a sensitive topic given the number of players vying for the same spot and the audience's interest in the game. One such contention in Pakistan was Sarfaraz Ahmed's abandonment from Tests and his comeback has proven the crowds right once again.
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newscricket1 month ago

PAK vs NZ | Twitter reacts to Tom Blundell taking sharp bottom-edge off Sarfaraz Ahmed with little self-realization

Usually, cricketers often show their emotions whenever they produce excellent fielding efforts or grab outrageous catches behind the stumps. However, Tom Blundell was left clueless when he caught a bottom edge off Sarfaraz Ahmed, his valiant effort good enough to leave him stunned.
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newscricket1 month ago

PAK vs NZ | Twitter reacts as Sarfaraz Ahmed gets annoyed after New Zealand’s attempted run-out amidst dead ball chaos

There is a popular term called ‘spirit of cricket’ which often comes into the limelight whenever something unusual happens on the field. The debate was on yet again when New Zealand's keeper Tom Blundell tried to run out Sarfaraz Ahmed after the latter assumed the ball was dead with no shot offered.
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newscricket1 month ago

PAK vs NZ | Twitter criticizes Sarfaraz Ahmed after being ‘nutmegged’ by Nauman Ali giving away five penalty runs

Cricket and football are two different sports but sometimes, cricketers show their footballing skills to take the limelight. Sarfaraz Ahmed was at the receiving end when he was nutmegged by Nauman Ali before the ball struck his helmet on the ground to award New Zealand five extra runs.
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newscricket1 month ago

PAK vs ENG | Twitter trolls Sarfaraz Ahmed for ignoring DRS despite catching inside edge two feet behind Devon Conway

Certain players take the limelight due to their unique personalities and Sarfaraz Ahmed is one such popular figure among the fans. The 35-year-old took the center stage after grabbing a sharp catch off a faint inside edge from Devon Conway but decided not to challenge the umpire’s not-out call.
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newscricket1 month ago

PAK vs ENG | Twitter reacts as Agha Salman’s maiden Test hundred takes Pakistan to 438 in first innings

Agha Salman’s spirited 155-ball 103, coupled with Babar Azam’s 161, helped Pakistan to post a mammoth total of 438 in the first innings in Pakistan’s first Test against New Zealand. For the Black Caps, Tim Southee was the pick of the bowler, taking three wickets on his full-time captaincy debut.
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newscricket1 month ago

PAK vs NZ | Twitter consoles returning Sarfaraz Ahmed for missing out on well-deserved hundred after valiantly batting with pain

There have been numerous incidents of players batting through injuries, and in the past, whenever their knocks played key roles in their teams’ rescue, it became more special. Such a gem of an innings came off the bat of Sarfaraz Ahmed on Monday during his first Test match after almost four years.
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newscricket3 months ago

PAK vs ENG | Sarfaraz Ahmed continuously motivated me for Pakistan’s call-up, reveals Abrar Ahmed

Abrar Ahmed, who was named in Pakistan's 18-member squad for the England Test series, has recalled how former national team skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed constantly motivated him when he was doing well on the domestic circuit. Abrar, aged 24, is the leading wicket-taker in the ongoing Quaid-e-Azam trophy.
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