Sarfraz Ahmed is a wicketkeeper and a right handed batsman with the Pakistan cricket team. He has also played for the Karachi Dolphins, Pakistan A, Karachi Harbour, Pakistan International Airlines, Sind and the Pakistan Under-19 cricket teams.
Sarfraz Ahmed started playing first class cricket in 2006. After captaining the Pakistan under 19 team, scoring consecutive fifties in his 3rd and 4th matches and leading the team to win the Under 19 World Cup, he made his debut in International cricket in a One day International cricket match against India at Jaipur in 2007. He kept the wickets and caught Virender Sehwag and Yuvraj Singh behind the wickets. Ahmed was not required to bat the innings as Pakistan won the match by 31 runs. Ahmed has yet to play an International test match or a Twenty20 International match but is considered as strong competition to the existing Pakistan wicketkeeper, Kamran Akmal.
In a total of 8 One day International matches, Sarfraz Ahmed has scored 26 runs at a strike rate of 56.52, He also has 6 catches and 3 stumpings to his name.
Sarfraz was a captain of Pakistan under 19 team in the year 2006.
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