Former Pakistan cricket captain Sarfaraz Ahmed, recently expressed optimism about the potential comeback of left-arm pacer Mohammad Amir to international cricket in a candid interview with a local news outlet.

Sarfaraz highlighted Amir’s invaluable experience and contributions to T20 cricket, emphasizing his belief in Amir’s capabilities.

“The inclusion of Mohammad Amir has made a significant difference. He has been bowling exceptionally well and brings a wealth of experience to T20 cricket,” Sarfaraz remarked.

Encouraging Amir to reconsider his retirement from the national team, Sarfaraz expressed optimism about the positive impact Amir could have if he chooses to return.

“I have always told Amir that he can still play for Pakistan since he has a lot to offer. He can be useful for Pakistan but it depends on Amir how he sees his future with the national team,” Sarfaraz added.

Reflecting on Quetta Gladiators’ promising start to the PSL 9 campaign, Sarfaraz maintained a cautious optimism about the team’s prospects.

“While it’s too early to make predictions, we have a strong team combination, and if we maintain our current momentum, we can expect positive results,” Sarfaraz noted.

Addressing the transition of leadership within the Quetta Gladiators, with Rilee Rossouw assuming the captaincy, Sarfaraz expressed contentment with his new role as a player.

“I am enjoying the game and feel relaxed. Rilee Rossouw is leading the team admirably,” Sarfaraz concluded.

The change in leadership has proven fruitful for the Gladiators, who have secured two consecutive victories at the onset of PSL 9, marking a promising start to their campaign after a series of underwhelming performances in previous seasons.

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