Former national team captain Sarfraz Ahmed has been sent to the ground as the 12th player in the Manchester Test, causing a storm on social media. Later on the last day of the game, the Pakistani bowlers also danced to the tune of the English batsmen. Everyone standing up is describing it in their own way, some said it was part of the game, some said the former captain was disrespected and he was not honored as a senior player, the next day the game Misbah-ul-Haq, the head coach and chief selector of the Pakistan cricket team, was also questioned in this regard.
In the online press conference, Misbah-ul-Haq replied, “In the series against Australia, I was the captain of the team, but as the 12th player I went to the ground, I think there should be no shame, Sarfraz.” Ahmed is a great man, a boy, and a player. The head coach said that three or four players had to take turns to take responsibility according to the session and help the players on the ground, disrespecting someone and not respecting anyone. No matter, it’s a team game and that’s the mark of a good team.