The 33-year old sparked a laugh riot by yawning during the second T20I against England. Netizens instantly made the image viral, mentioning him as 'the first cricketer to yawn in all three formats'.
Former Pakistan captain and veteran wicketkeeper batsman Sarfaraz Ahmed has once again been subjected to trolling on social media after he was caught on camera when he was yawning during the second T20 international between England and Pakistan in Manchester.
Sarfaraz, 33, hasn't been the first choice wicketkeeper for some time now. His on-field captaincy during the 2019 World Cup was heavily criticised before he was sacked. His batting and keeping were also not convincing. He was called up to the team that toured England after the coronavirus hiatus. But the former captain warmed the benches almost the whole tour before getting a solitary opportunity in the third and final T20I.
Sarfaraz famously yawned in a World Cup match against India last year, that made him a meme material on social media. He lashed out to people who trolled him saying that he just did a natural thing and he didn't commit a sin.
Sarfaraz was found unleashing his iconic yawn yet again during the Test series against England while sitting at the sidelines with his teammates.
Finally, the 33-year old sparked a laugh riot by yawning during the second T20I against England. Netizens instantly made the image viral, mentioning him as 'the first cricketer to yawn in all three formats'.
Sarfaraz Ahmed seems to have lost his spot to Mohammad Rizwan who batted tremendously in the Test series and impressed everyone by his wicketkeeping skills. While Rizwan garnered praises from some of the greats of the game, Sarfaraz was mercilessly being trolled all over the social media.