LONDON: Pakistan completed a series whitewash over Zimbabwe with a 131-run win on Sunday in the fifth and final One-day International (ODI) at the Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo. During the match, Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed took off his wicket-keeping gloves and decided to try his hand at bowling. Sarfraz had asked Fakhar Zaman to don the wicket-keeping gloves for two overs.
Sarfraz bowled his first over of his career brilliantly, conceding just 6 runs. He came back in the last over again. Bowling the last over of the series against Zimbabwe, Sarfraz was whacked for a huge six by Zimbabwe’s Peter Moor over the mid-wicket region.
This was the first time that Sarfraz decided to bowl his international career. He bowled two overs and conceded 15 runs.
— Ketan Patil (@KetanPa99513423) 22 July 2018