Sarfraz Ahmed said: Muhammad Hafeez is my elder and I respect him very much -

Sarfraz Ahmed said: Muhammad Hafeez is my elder and I respect him very much

Pakistani cricketer, captain Quetta Gladiators Sarfraz Ahmed has said that I always respect Muhammad Hafeez and will continue to do so, there is no resentment against Muhammad Hafeez, he is big.

In the virtual conference, the former national captain said that the ambitions for PSL Six are high.

The Quetta Gladiators will be strengthened with the addition of Chris Gayle, a leading batsman from the West Indies.

An attempt will be made to field a team from the match that will reach the final.

Sarfraz Ahmed said that my batting order will be according to the situation, Young fast-bowler Naseem Shah has recovered from injury and is looking in full swing.

We will benefit from Usman Shinwari’s bowling while we will also benefit from Umar Gul’s bowling coaching.

In response to a question, Sarfraz Ahmed said that he has no competition with Mohammad Rizwan, Rizwan will fight for his team, I will try to make my squad successful.

It is to be noted that a verbal battle had erupted between all-rounder Muhammad Hafeez and former captain Sarfraz Ahmed in recent days.

The PCB had intervened in the matter and reconciled the two players.

Hafeez had started by congratulating Rizwan on his century and wrote that how long will it take to prove that you are number one.

Former captain Sarfraz Ahmed tweeted in response to Hafeez’s tweet.

He wrote that no matter how many wicketkeepers he has played for Pakistan so far, he should be number one and everyone should be respected.

The former captain further wrote that whoever gets the next opportunity will be number one.

The cricket board had expressed displeasure over the matter, the team manager dismissed the matter after talking and instructed the two players not to get into disputes through statements.