Shane Watson believes former Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed is too old to make a comeback?

Shane Watson believes Sarfaraz Ahmed isn't too old to make a comeback Pakistan cricket

Shane Watson: “He definitely will [be able to make a comeback]. There’s no question about it. He is not too old”

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Ex-Australia all-rounder Shane Watson has made it clear that he doesn’t think former Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Ahmed is too old to make a comeback.

The 32-year-old was recently sacked as Pakistan’s Twenty20 and Test captain, and dropped for the ongoing tour of Australia.

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Pakistan head coach and chief selector Misbah-ul-Haq has also noted that if Sarfaraz performs on the domestic circuit, he will regain his spot in the national team.

“He definitely will [be able to make a comeback]. There’s no question about it. He is not too old, he’s a world class cricketer so of course there is no question that he [will] make a comeback,” Watson told cricketpakistan.com.pk.

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