I Was In Hospital Yet I Scored A Hundred: Sarfaraz Khan Demands Claim On Indian ODI Team. The young Indian cricketer Sarfaraz Khan has expressed his wish to be selected for the Indian national team for One Day International (ODI) games.
The batsman, who has been in excellent form across all game formats, has cited his accomplishments in the Vijay Hazare Trophy and the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy as proof of his prowess in white-ball cricket.
Sarfaraz Khan: I’ve Been Playing In The White-Ball Games As Well
Sarfaraz scored a century while playing for Mumbai in the Vijay Hazare Trophy despite being in the hospital. Mumbai advanced to the next round.
The youngster has also shown his versatility by keeping wickets for Mumbai in the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy and bowling leg-spin for India A, where he made a crucial unbeaten 36 off 31 balls to help Mumbai win the competition for the first time.
“The selectors can consider me for India’s ODI team too, because I’ve been performing well in white-ball games as well. In Ranchi (during the Vijay Hazare Trophy), I was in the hospital. Yet, I scored a hundred and helped Mumbai qualify for the knockouts. I even bowl (leg-spin) for India A.
I helped Mumbai win the Syed Mushtaq Ali T20 Trophy for the first time (he scored a crucial, unbeaten 36 off 31 balls). I kept wickets for Mumbai in that tournament, and will do the glovework for the Delhi Capitals too in this IPL,” he pleaded his case.
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The accomplishments of Sarfaraz Khan in domestic cricket should be acknowledged. He has proven that he can work well under pressure and make significant contributions to the success of his team. His ability to bowl leg-spin and keep wickets is also a crucial skill that can provide any side more depth.
It’s also important to note that Sarfaraz will be competing for the Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League, maybe filling in for Rishabh Pant and demonstrating his abilities on a huge platform while maintaining wickets.