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PAK vs NZ: 'What a comeback,' Pakistan fans all praise for Sarfaraz Ahmed after sensational ton against New Zealand | Cricket News

PAK vs NZ: ‘What a comeback,’ Pakistan followers all reward for Sarfaraz Ahmed after sensational ton towards New Zealand | Cricket Information

Former Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed salvaged a draw for his facet hitting a exceptional century in Karachi within the ultimate Take a look at match New Zealand to finish the sequence 0-0. The precise-hander who scored three fifties in his final three innings saved Pakistan from getting all out till the very finish after being known as up within the facet after a niche of 4 years. Followers on social media together with the Pakistan dugout couldn’t maintain calm as Sarfaraz accomplished his century and wrote his identify within the historical past books of Pakistan cricket and the Karachi Nationwide Stadium.

Checkout the reactions right here…

Mubarak to Saifi bhai on a superb knock below stress and a terrific comeback MashaAllah 

His vitality, ardour and dedication is unreal and really exemplary 

Stick with it @SarfarazA_54 Bhai #PAKvNZ

— Imam Ul Haq (@ImamUlHaq12) January 6, 2023

When life offers you one other likelihood, seize it like Sarfaraz Ahmed! What a participant  #PAKvNZ
— Farid Khan (@_FaridKhan) January 6, 2023

He fought for his place, Now he’s preventing for Pakistan. #PAKvNZ @SarfarazA_54
— Rashid Latif |  (@iRashidLatif68) January 6, 2023

Sarfaraz you magnificence!
— Bu Affan (@askmuti) January 6, 2023

Sarfaraz can play as center order batsman 

— Fermi Lothbrok (@itz_aliakbar) January 6, 2023

“Dream comeback for him,” captain Babar Azam mentioned.

“Sarfaraz didn’t let the hearth die inside him in 4 years. His work ethic was at all times there and he continued to attend for his flip.”

Hasan Ali was trapped leg earlier than wicket by Tim Southee and Sarfaraz was fantastically snapped up by Kane Williamson low at leg slip off Bracewell’s sharp off-spin, and the Pakistan batter walked off to a standing ovation from the sparse crowd on the Nationwide Stadium. No. 10 Naseem Shah and No. 11 Abrar Ahmed then held out towards Bracewell and fellow spinner Ish Sodhi (2-59), with all 10 fielders across the bat, earlier than dangerous mild ended play with three overs left. (With PTI inputs)