Sarfaraz Ahmed, the former Pakistani skipper who was dropped off from the national squad and from the captaincy of all formats on behalf of a few poor performances, does not regret after bein dropped to category B from category A of the renewed central contracts list revealed recently by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).
He says that he is grateful to be in category B and happy for the players who have moved to Category A. Praising Shaheen Shah Afridi, Sarfaraz Ahmed feels happy for him as he performed well in World Cup 2019 and test cricket as well.
Sarfaraz Ahmed: I don’t regret being in category B of PCB’s central contracts
“I am happy that Shaheen has been promoted to category A as he performed really well in the 2019 World Cup and Test cricket as well,” Sarfaraz added.
On being dropped to category B, Sarfaraz thinks that all top-class players exist there. The World Cup 2019 did not go so well for Sarfaraz also blunders in the home series against Sri Lanka deprived him of captaincy, however, the decision was unjust and sudden.
Ups and downs are part of a cricketing career: Sarfaraz Ahmed
“To maintain anything, you need to work very hard. Category A, B, or C doesn’t matter to me, as my main target is to make a place for myself whenever I make a comeback into the national side,” Sarfaraz was quoted as saying on a podcast by the PCB, reported by Cricket Pakistan.
“Ups and downs are part of a cricketing career. I am grateful to be in the B category because all our top cricketers are in it,” said Sarfaraz Ahmed.