LAHORE: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has paid a tribute to former Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed on his thirty-third birthday.
The sport’s governing body shared the highlights of Sarfaraz’s vital half of-century towards Sri Lanka in the 2017 edition of Champions Trophy as he led Pakistan to their maiden identity.
Happy birthday, @SarfarazA_54 🎂
He led Pakistan to the 2017 Champions Trophy title 🏆
WATCH his 🤩 knock against 🇱🇰 in the tournament that helped 🇵🇰 through to the semi-final 👇 pic.twitter.com/UEh1UZ2oOY
— ICC (@ICC) May 22, 2020
The Pakistan Cricket Board also paid tribute to the wicketkeeper-batsman.
— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) May 22, 2020
Babar Azam has replaced Sarfaraz Ahmed because the ODI skipper of the crew and the Quetta Gladiators legend was also demoted to Category B from Category A inside the vital contracts listing.