Sarfaraz Ahmed. (Source: Twitter)

Former Pakistan captain Rameez Raja believes that wicketkeeper-batsman Sarfaraz Ahmed should retire from Test cricket and focus on limited-overs cricket. Former captain Sarfaraz was the 12th player in the first Test in Manchester between England and Pakistan.

Rameez said on YouTube channel, “I think once you have been a captain, it is such a norm that it is difficult to come down from that and sit on the bench.” He said, “I would advise Sarfaraz to think about it and say goodbye to Test cricket.”

Focus on limited-overs cricket in which he is very good. Rameez said that a former captain and senior cricketer like Sarfaraz to go to the ground with drinks, it is not considered good in Pakistan although it is not new in cricket.

He said, “There is nothing wrong in that because James Anderson also brought drinks when he was out of the second Test against the West Indies.” But it is not considered good in our cricket culture and especially when you are a former captain.

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