Sarfaraz Ahmed misses playing for Pakistan.

 
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KARACHI -- Pakistan's former captain Sarfaraz Ahmed arrived at National Stadium on Sunday for the fourth day of the Karachi Test to cheer on the national team. Sarfaraz, who was sacked before the team's tour to Australia, was invited by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to watch the first Test in Karachi in a decade. The former captain and wicket-keeper batsman agreed that he was missing the action in the middle, but was happy to see Pakistan team doing well against Sri Lanka. 'Who doesn't miss playing for Pakistan? Yes, I do. And, I feel like wanting to be there,' Sarfaraz said when asked if he was missing being part of the team. 'But, all those who are playing this Test are my friends.

They are playing, means I am playing. I am happy to see...

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