KARACHI: Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed encouraged the world to change its recognition about playing international cricket in the country after a profoundly effective T20I series against West Indies in Karachi. He additionally loaded acclaim on his colleagues for finishing a 3-0 decisive victory, notwithstanding the exhausted assets of the restriction, announced Cricinfo.
“I have been hearing individuals say that a feeble side has touched base for the series,” Sarfraz said. “The PCB did not request that anybody send a weak team. We had requested that West Indies visit Pakistan. We played better cricket and credit must be given to our side. Our players should be acknowledged for their exhibitions since they played especially well. It is inappropriate to state that a ‘B side’ had come. Eight players from this visiting squad were a part of the last West Indies visit. Four of them were a piece of the PSL. I don’t think this was a weak side. We played better.”