Sarfraz Ahmed reveals the biggest fear of his life

He also spoke about the experience of sharing the dressing room with Viv Richards.

Sarfraz Ahmed
Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed. (Photo by Francois Nel/Getty Images)

Pakistan skipper Sarfraz Ahmed has done wonders for the fortunes of the cricket team ever since he has been appointed at the helm. The Men in Green stunningly won the ICC Champions Trophy last year which held in England by beating their arch-rivals India comprehensively. They also went on to win the T20I series recently in New Zealand which was yet another historic achievement for the team. However, Sarfraz Ahmed himself has revealed the biggest fear of his life now despite all the things going well for him in his career.

He is currently leading Quetta Gladiators in the ongoing third edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL). The team ended as the runners-up in the last couple of editions and would be eyeing to go one step better this time around. They are well on course of doing that as they are top in the points table with 5 wins from 8 matches and Sarfraz has led from the front every time.

What is his fear?

Sarfraz Ahmed, in a candid interview, revealed the biggest fear of his life which is interestingly off the field. He doesn’t like watching horror movies and is extremely afraid of it. “I do not watch horror flicks,” he was quoted as saying by Brecorder. He also revealed that he feels blessed to share the dressing room with the likes of Vivian Richards who is also the mentor of Gladiators in the PSL. He was also honoured to have played alongside Shahid Afridi, Younis Khan and Misbah Ul Haq during his career.

As far as the bad habits are concerned, the cricketer candidly said that he can never control eating when there is something good on the table.

Sarfraz’s next international assignment as the skipper of Pakistan will be the three-match T20 International series against Windies in the first week of April in Karachi.

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