After losing the Test series to South Africa, captain Sarfaraz Ahmed showed his disappointment with bowlers. South Africa took the lead in a three-match Test series by 2-0 after winning the second Test match in Cape Town by 9 wickets.
Pakistan skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed blamed bowlers for the loss in a post-match press conference. Sarfaraz said, out pacers didn’t perform as per expectations, they bowled at an average speed of 130 kmph in comparison to South Africa bowlers, who bowled at an constant speed of 140 kmph.
Sarfaraz also added that his bowlers bowled too many loose balls because of which Proteas were able to put up a big score on board.
According to a Pakistani TV channel, Pakistan bowlers are not happy with all the blame put on them by captain Sarfaraz Ahmed. According to sources, the situation in the dressing room is out of control and the bowlers feel demoralised by Sarfaraz’s comment.