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Asia Cup: Sarfraz Ahmed Takes Responsibility For Team’s Poor Performance

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Asia Cup: Sarfraz Ahmed Takes Responsibility For Team’s Poor Performance
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Pakistan cricket team captain Sarfraz Ahmed on Wednesday said he takes responsibility for the team's performance in Asia Cup. 

Bangladesh crushed Pakistan by 37 runs in their last Super Four match to make it into the finals of the competition, where they will now confront India on Friday. 

Speaking at a press gathering after the match, Sarfraz conceded the team had neglected to perform in all the three departments. 

"I know I didn't perform well. I expected to improve, which I proved unable. I take responsibility for the team's performance," Sarfraz said. 

Sarfraz further said, "One reason behind our disappointment was my performance. I should have performed better." 

"There is always pressure on the captain of the Pakistan team. At the point when the team does severely, obviously the pressure increases," he said. 

"On the off chance that I disclose to you that I haven't slept legitimately for the last six days, you will have a hard time believing me. In any case, yes, I need to stress that we shouldn't freeze. There should be criticism for our performance, yet give us a brief period," he included. 

Whenever asked in the event that he should have rested and given the wicket-holding obligation to another wicketkeeper, the batsman said, "This is crafted by the selection board of trustees. My work is to play. You should ask the selection board of trustees this question." 

Responding to another question Sarfraz said, "I am disappointed with our performance however that does not mean, decisions should be made in haste." 

Further, the 31-year-old said, "Pakistan team's specialty is to take wickets in the center overs however we neglected to do as such amid this competition." 

About Fakhar Zaman, Sarfraz said, "One competition does not characterize a player's performance." 

He included, "Fakhar knows about the mistakes he made and he is taking a shot at adjusting them." 

Also, he shielded mentor Mickey Arthur and said, "The impression that he does is off base. Mohammad Hafeez and Junaid Khan are a piece of the arrangement and the doors of Pakistan cricket are available to all."

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