Former Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed on Saturday Responsible In a clear sub-tweet from veteran all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez, saying that every cricketer representing the national team is “number one for Pakistan”.
Sarfraz was answering one Tweet Through Hafeez, where the latter praised Mohammad Rizwan for his first Twenty20 century and said: “I wonder how long you will need to prove that you are a NO1 wicket-keeper / batsman in all formats of Pakistan. Yes. Just asking. ”
Hafeez posted the tweet on Thursday after Rizwan scored a century in the T20 match between Pakistan and South Africa, which played a key role in the former’s victory. He became the second Pakistani player to score a century in all three formats of the game.
Reacting to Hafeez’s tweet earlier on Saturday, Sarfraz, who was Pakistan’s first-choice wicketkeeper before Rizwan, was also leading his team until he joined the team due to fitness issues. , Whose name has been included in Pakistan’s wicket-keepers (including Rizwan) for years. But himself, saying he is number one for the country.
Hafeez Bhai SBFrom Imtiaz Ahmed, Wasim Bari, Taslim Arif to Saleem Yousuf and Moin Khan, Rashid Latif to Kamran Akmal and even Rizwan has been playing for Pakistan even now, has always been number one for the country and accordingly They have been respected.
Supporting Rizwan, he said: “We are all behind Rizwan and we want him to play even more amazing innings for our beloved country.”
The former captain added: “In the future too, whoever gets the chance [to play for the team] It will be number one for Pakistan. We expect nothing but positivity (sic) from an international player who has played a lot of games for Pakistan. # Just say that. ”
Soon fast bowler Ler Mohammad Amir joined it. Remembering It was under Sarfraz’s captaincy that Pakistan remained the top T20 team for two years and won the Champions Trophy in 2017.
Days later, Hafeez posted another Tweet Without naming anyone, say, “Expect a shallow mental approach!”
This is not the first time Hafeez has received a response from fellow cricketers. In December 2020, in response to Aamir’s announcement that he was retiring from cricket, Hafeez said: “I don’t want to talk about him, frankly. It’s a personal decision and I think personal decisions. Should be respected.
“If no one wants to [to] Represent Pakistan, this is their choice.
Aamir reacted to Hafeez’s statement, which he later made on a TV program, saying: “You are the wrong brother. I never said I did not want to represent Pakistan, I said I can’t play for Pakistan with this management [are] If you want to do good for Pakistan now, enjoy it. ”