Pakistan Skipper Sarfraz Ahmed’s Hilarious Expression After Seeing An “All-English” Press Conference [WATCH VIDEO]

AP2TG Staff

After guiding Pakistan to a much-needed win over Sri Lanka in the final Group B match of the ICC Champions Trophy on Monday, skipper Sarfraz Ahmed had faced an awkward situation just before the post-match press conference at Cardiff.

Sarfraz Ahmed’s brilliant 61-run knock secured a semi-final berth for Pakistan, who beat Sri Lanka by 3 wickets in the final Group B game. Courtesy a sloppy fielding performance by the Sri Lankans, Pakistan became the 4th team after England, Bangladesh and India to reach the Champions Trophy semi-finals.

Sarfraz rescued Pakistan from the position of 162/7 while chasing 237, to set up a semi-final date against England. After the match, the winning team captain had to attend a press conference.

Soon, Sarfraz felt disappointed on one aspect and you will go ROFL after knowing the reason. The press conference was completely filled with English reporters. However, when he came all set to attend a press conference, after a hectic day in the field, he panicked when he saw that there was no Hindi or Urdu reporter present at the press conference.

After getting to know that the entire conference would be in English, he was caught on camera saying, “Saare English Waale Hi Hain Kya?” which means “All the questions will be in English?”

Sarfraz looked surprised as soon as he realized that only English-speaking reporters have gathered up for his interview.

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This funny moment was recorded on camera and the video went viral on the internet. However, Pakistan is playing the first Semi-final of Champions Trophy against the host team England.