by: Syed Athar Abbas (Athar G) TN Sports News
Sarfaraz Ahmed, who played the 50th Test match for the national cricket team, won another honour.
Former captain Sarfaraz Ahmed has taken the honour of scoring the most runs for Pakistan as a wicket-keeper batsman, he has scored 2 thousand 785 runs at an average of 37.64 in 88 innings of Test matches.
In the list, Kamran Akmal is second with 2 thousand 648 runs in 92 innings, Moin Khan is third with 2 thousand 581 runs in 98 innings, Imtiaz Ahmed is fourth with 2 thousand 10 runs in 67 innings, while Rashid Latif is 1 thousand 381 runs in 57 innings. They are in fifth place.
Sarfraz Ahmed scored 86 runs in the first innings of the Karachi Test match against New Zealand and 49 runs in the second innings.