Former captain of the national cricket team Sarfaraz Ahmad scored a century in first-class cricket after five years. In the 7th round of the Quaid-e-Azam Trophy at the National Stadium Karachi, Sindh captain Sarfaraz Ahmad scored a century against Southern Punjab. Sarfraz has scored a century in first-class cricket after 5 years. The former captain has scored 3 centuries in Test matches in International Cricket and 2 in One-Day Internationals.
In ODIs, Sarfaraz Ahmad last played against England at Lord’s on August 27, 2016, and before that he scored a century against Ireland on March 15, 2015, in Adelaide. former scored his first Test century in Sri Lanka on August 14, 2014, in Colombo, the second against Dubai on October 22, 2014, and the third against New Zealand on November 9, 2014, in Dubai.
This is the 11th century for the top class overall in first-class cricket and they have played 155 first-class matches. It is to be remembered that the Pakistan Cricket Board had dismissed Sarfaraz Ahmad from captaining all three formats after a clean sweep defeat in the T20 series against Sri Lanka.