Sarfaraz Khan - 'A Star in Making': Today He Showed What he is Capable Off and How He Can Do Wonders for India


He is truly an incredible player and can produce some good matches in future

Vishal Singh Feb. 15, 2024

Today Sarfaraz Khan smashed 62 runs in just 66 balls and made his father and the whole country proud. After numerous difficulties, he finally got a chance to prove his worth and in reply to this, he fulfilled his role as a debutant. Unfortunately, he fell into the trap of England and got run out as he blindly trusted his senior partner Jadeja which in turn didn't produce fruitful results for him.

Who is Sarfaraz Khan?

Sarfaraz Khan is an Indian cricketer who plays for Mumbai in the Ranji Trophy and for Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League (IPL). He was born on October 22, 1997, in Mumbai, India. Sarfaraz rose to prominence when he broke the record for the highest score in the Harris Shield inter-school tournament at the age of 12, making 439 for Rizvi Springfield in an innings that featured 56 fours and 12 sixes.

He represented India in the ICC Under-19 Cricket World Cup in 2014 and 2016. Sarfaraz is an aggressive right-handed batsman, a part-time spinner, and an occasional wicket-keeper. He made his IPL debut for the franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore in 2015, becoming the youngest player to play in the IPL at the age of 17 years and 177 days old.

Hundred for Jadeja, run-out for Sarfaraz -

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On 99, Ravindra Jadeja hits a straight-to-mid-on and calls Sarfaraz Khan. Khan responds right away, but the senior partner refuses to run. The joy turned into sadness when he got run out. At the run-out, Rohit Sharma threw his cap in displeasure and did not appear to be cheering the hundred. Although Jadeja was also not very happy and could be seen barely celebrating his ton.

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