Pakistan international Sarfaraz Ahmed is currently out of the national set-up for quite a while. The veteran wicketkeeper batsman was not part of the team’s plans in the T20 World Cup 2022 in Australia.
The former Pakistan captain is trying his maximum best to get back to form by playing domestic cricket in his country, in the hope that he would play for Pakistan cricket team again in the future.
Sarfaraz Ahmed was dropped from the white-ball squad for the series against Australia earlier this year. Since then, he has missed international assignments including the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup.
Mohammad Haris, who is a former Pakistan under-19 player replaced Sarfaraz Ahmed in the wake of imperious batting performances in the Pakistan Super League.
Alan Wilkins gives a spirited response to a fan who used the word ‘hate’ for Sarfaraz Ahmed
Meanwhile, social media has often served as a platform for the users to express their views or opinions. At times, fans have been using the portal to their advantage by crossing their limits in the form of freedom of speech.
One of the fans recently kept on targeting former Pakistani skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed for his poor form. Recently, another fan, tagged Sarfaraz Ahmed by posting a bold comment by using the word “hate”.
He took to his Twitter account and used the word hate for Sarfaraz Ahmed for any reason. However, the way in which the cricketer decided to respond with the willow turned the hater into a fan.
The social media user added that the respect for Sarfaraz Ahmed increased after the latter improved his batting. “Hate Sarfaraz Ahmad for any reason but the way he decided to reply with his Bat rather than sitting in a TV show. Respect for him increased,” he tweeted.
Meanwhile, popular Welsh cricket commentator, Alan Wilkins gave a spirited response to a fan. He wrote, “Hate” is a very strong word Ali. Do you really mean that? Or is there another word you could use? Be a sport my friend, be a sport.”
“Hate” is a very strong word Ali. Do you really mean that? Or is there another word you could use? Be a sport my friend, be a sport. 🤜🇵🇰 https://t.co/zcYetM2tsjAdvertisement
— Alan Wilkins (@alanwilkins22) November 17, 2022