Inzamam-ul-Haq criticizes Sarfaraz Ahmed’s selection in Pakistan’s revised T20 WC squad

Pakistan’s 15-man T20 World Cup selection has drawn a lot of criticism, but all of the nations have until October 10 to make adjustments to their lineup. They made three changes to their roster, calling up Sarfaraz Ahmed, Fakhar Zaman, and Haider Ali in the most recent turn of events. Shoaib Malik was even brought in to replace the injured Sohaib Maqsood.

In light of the incidents, a former Pakistan cricketer and senior selector questioned Sarfaraz Ahmed’s inclusion in the team. He went on to say that the selection committee should be able to bear the pressure put on them by the media and not make decisions based on their noise. He went on to say that the squad is playing Ahmed despite the fact that he has not played enough T20Is in the last two years to be ready for the T20 World Cup.

“If the selecting committee wishes to make decisions based on performance then age and other variables must be ignored. Why are we bringing Sarfaraz if you aren’t going to play him? In the last two years, how many T20Is has he played”,On his YouTube channel, Inzamam ul Haq stated, “He is a reputable former captain – including him and not playing him will make no sense.”

Pakistan has suffered the most in the middle order, according to Haq, and as a result, Sharjeel Khan should have been chosen as the opener. Pakistan will fly to Dubai on October 15 to compete in the T20 World Cup. On October 24, they will play their first game in Dubai, against the Indians.

The India-Pakistan match at the T20 World Cup is generating a lot of buzz, considering the arch-rivals only play each other in ICC competitions currently. They are facing each other after the 2019 ODI World Cup.