PAKISTAN AXE SARFARAZ, NAME AZHAR AS TEST CAPTAIN

Pakistan have sacked Sarfaraz Ahmed as their captain across all formats, naming Azhar Ali on Friday as the new Test skipper and putting Babar Azam in charge of the Twenty20 squad.

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