Lahore: PCB denied the news related to Sarfraz captaincy that he wants to quit.
According to the PCB spokesperson, Sarfraz is not thinking about leaving the captaincy. He is in anger and depression but it is not true that he wants to quit from test team captaincy.
Some fake sources also spread the fake news that Sarfraz will not play the third test match in Johannesburg and Mohammad Rizwan will act as wicket-keeper.
According to the team management, in these conditions no one can think about quitting from the captaincy. And it is not the right time to take these sorts of decisions.
The third test match between South Africa and Pakistan will be played in Johannesburg from 11th of this month. And Sarfraz will lead the team and also act as a wicket-keeper.