Mumbai Ranji team cricketer Sarfaraz Khan on Thursday dedicated his century in the Ranji Trophy final against Madhya Pradesh to his father and coach Naushad Khan, here. Sarfaraz, who took Mumbai to 374 runs in the first innings with a century, was tearful, he told reporters, “This century is because of my father, it is because of his sacrifice and at that time I was holding my hand.” Because of when I was disappointed. ,
Both Naushad’s sons Sarfaraz and Musheer play in the Mumbai team. When asked whether the dream of making a place in the Indian team is on the way to fulfillment? Sarfaraz’s eyes twitched in response to this question. He said, “Our lives are all about the little dreams that we cherish. We (he and his father) see dreams together. The close to 2000 runs I have scored in two seasons since my return to Mumbai is all because of my father. ,
When there is no match, the brothers practice six to seven hours each day under the supervision of their father. Due to some disciplinary issues, Sarfaraz had to go to Uttar Pradesh for a season and he spent ‘cooling off’ time before returning, after which he was again selected in the Mumbai team.
Sarfaraz said, “You all know what happened to me. If Abbu was not there, I would have been finished. He said, “There were so many problems and I get emotional when I think about how my father can handle them. He didn’t leave my hand even once. My brother has put a ‘status’ on his phone and I can see how happy Abbu is. It’s my day. ,
Sarfaraz is a fan of Punjabi singer Sidhu Moosewala who was recently shot dead by a gang. Sarfaraz celebrates after scoring a century in Musewala’s style (hitting the thigh). When asked about it, Sarfaraz said, “It was for Sidhu Moosewala. I love his songs and mostly I and Hardik Tamore (wicketkeeper) listen to his songs. I had a similar celebration during the last match too but then Hotstar didn’t show it. I had decided that whenever I score another century, I will celebrate like this.