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Sarfaraz Ahmed was clean bowled by his 5 year old son MPNRC

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Former Pakistan cricketer Sarfaraz Ahmed was a brilliant batsman. He has scored more than 2,000 runs in Tests and ODIs. He is known to have smashed famous bowlers across the park, but Sarfaraz was dismissed in his own backyard. This bowler was none other than his five-year-old son Abdullah.

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A video of the incident was shared on social media and has gone viral. The clip opens with a crowd gathering for a street cricket match. A man hands the ball to young Abdullah and asks him to bowl it to his father. Sarfaraz turned the bat but to no avail. The ball hits the wicket, after which we see Sarfaraz smiling. “Well done beta abba ki woh wicket hi ura di (Well done kids, you bowled to your father),” read the tweet accompanying the video.

While one user called Abdullah the ‘future star of Pakistan cricket’,

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Some people saw Sarfaraz Ahmed smiling after bowling.

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While fans would love to see Abdullah walking with his father

Sarfaraz is not keen on making his son a cricketer. In an interview with a local media channel, Sarfaraz shared that though his son has a passion for playing the game, his personal experiences are coming in the way, Pakistan Cricket reported.

“Actually, being a cricketer, I had to go through a lot of things that I have faced.

Doesn’t want to face Abdullah. This is human nature. As a cricketer, I want my brother or son to be selected immediately. Otherwise, it hurts,” he said.

Sarfaraz produced his best performance during the 2017 Champions Trophy, when he led his national team to a title win. Under the captaincy of Sarfaraz, Pakistan won the Champions Trophy by defeating the Indian cricket team in the final. Sarfaraz has played 49 Tests, 117 ODIs and 61 T20 matches for Pakistan in his career spanning 14 years.

Sarfaraz also leads the Quetta Gladiators in the Pakistan Super League. The 35-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman has a good record as the captain of the Quetta franchise. Under his leadership, Quetta won the PSL title in 2019 and were runners-up in 2016 and 2017.

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