People Came In Defense Of Sarfaraz Ahmed After Some Ridiculed Him For His Outfit

Just before their big game, all the ten skippers of the cricket teams playing in the ICC World Cup 2019 met Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry on Wednesday. While all the captains sported formal look with their team blazer on top, Pakistani team captain Sarfaraz Ahmed stood out of the crowd in a traditional outfit with the blazer.

Just before their big game, all the ten skippers of the cricket teams playing in the ICC World Cup 2019 met Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Harry on Wednesday. While all the captains sported formal look with their team blazer on top, Pakistani team captain Sarfaraz Ahmed stood out of the crowd in a traditional outfit with the blazer.
Ahamd wore a dark green blazer over simple white kurta-pajamas.
Ahmad’s Pakistani fans felt proud and they praised him for sticking to his roots.
Way to go Sarfaraz! Check out PIA's pride, our very own captain looking handsome as ever in our national dress and we wish the best of luck to team Pakistan! Break a leg! @SarfarazA_54
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What do you feel when you see your big brother standing proudly behind the Queen in national attire? Immense Pride.
No matter what the world says we will always believe in you and your hardwork. @SarfarazA_54
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However, columnist Tarek Fatah was not at all impressed by Sarfaraz’s outfit and mocked him on Twitter.
Captains of playing nations competing 4 the had a photoshoot with the Queen. Guess who came dressed in his pyjamas? None other than the captain (back row, left). Take a look at him in the other pic. How does one country produce ...?
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Every other captain, Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, SouthAfrica, NewZealand, West Indies & Zimbabwe is smartly turned out in jacket & tie, but no, not the Pakistani. No sir, not him. I’m surprised he didn’t come in his Lungi-Banyan-Topi costume. How does ...?
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Following Fateh’s tweet, several twitter users came in defense of the Pakistani cricket team captain and applauded him for wearing the traditional outfit.
Captains of playing nations competing 4 the had a photoshoot with the Queen. Guess who came dressed in his pyjamas? None other than the captain (back row, left). Take a look at him in the other pic. How does one country produce ...?
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I differ on this. what is the harm if someone dresses in his own country's dress. why it is essential to wear suit in England? If that be so, will every foreigner visiting PM Modi, should essentially wear kurta paizama? and alternately should all ladies wear skirt in England?
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Captains of playing nations competing 4 the had a photoshoot with the Queen. Guess who came dressed in his pyjamas? None other than the captain (back row, left). Take a look at him in the other pic. How does one country produce ...?
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He is sticking to tradition; that's in a way rebellious. Why follow the British code. Although it's a different story, it's brit games played in britain; who ruled us for Centuries.
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Captains of playing nations competing 4 the had a photoshoot with the Queen. Guess who came dressed in his pyjamas? None other than the captain (back row, left). Take a look at him in the other pic. How does one country produce ...?
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Honestly ... Whats wrong with what he's wearing... You can represent your country with traditional clothes... He did have a blazer on... I honestly don't understand the craze for looking more like them and less like us... Either ways everybody looks 👍👍
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Captains of playing nations competing 4 the had a photoshoot with the Queen. Guess who came dressed in his pyjamas? None other than the captain (back row, left). Take a look at him in the other pic. How does one country produce ...?
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Do not agree with you this time Tarek Saheb, if someone is wearing the national dress, Perfect. Let us come out of this slave mentality. Would have loved if Virat also had some Indian dress. Let is not criticise just for the sake of criticism
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Ahamd wore a dark green blazer over simple white kurta-pajamas.
Ahmad’s Pakistani fans felt proud and they praised him for sticking to his roots.


Way to go Sarfaraz! Check out PIA's pride, our very own captain looking handsome as ever in our national dress and we wish the best of luck to team Pakistan! Break a leg! @SarfarazA_54

806 people are talking about this


What do you feel when you see your big brother standing proudly behind the Queen in national attire? Immense Pride.
No matter what the world says we will always believe in you and your hardwork. @SarfarazA_54

281 people are talking about this
However, columnist Tarek Fatah was not at all impressed by Sarfaraz’s outfit and mocked him on Twitter.

Captains of playing nations competing 4 the had a photoshoot with the Queen. Guess who came dressed in his pyjamas? None other than the captain (back row, left). Take a look at him in the other pic. How does one country produce ...?

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Every other captain, Afghanistan, Australia, Bangladesh, England, India, SouthAfrica, NewZealand, West Indies & Zimbabwe is smartly turned out in jacket & tie, but no, not the Pakistani. No sir, not him. I’m surprised he didn’t come in his Lungi-Banyan-Topi costume. How does ...?

3,585 people are talking about this
Following Fateh’s tweet, several twitter users came in defense of the Pakistani cricket team captain and applauded him for wearing the traditional outfit.

Captains of playing nations competing 4 the had a photoshoot with the Queen. Guess who came dressed in his pyjamas? None other than the captain (back row, left). Take a look at him in the other pic. How does one country produce ...?

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I differ on this. what is the harm if someone dresses in his own country's dress. why it is essential to wear suit in England? If that be so, will every foreigner visiting PM Modi, should essentially wear kurta paizama? and alternately should all ladies wear skirt in England?

164 people are talking about this

Captains of playing nations competing 4 the had a photoshoot with the Queen. Guess who came dressed in his pyjamas? None other than the captain (back row, left). Take a look at him in the other pic. How does one country produce ...?

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He is sticking to tradition; that's in a way rebellious. Why follow the British code. Although it's a different story, it's brit games played in britain; who ruled us for Centuries.

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Captains of playing nations competing 4 the had a photoshoot with the Queen. Guess who came dressed in his pyjamas? None other than the captain (back row, left). Take a look at him in the other pic. How does one country produce ...?

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Honestly ... Whats wrong with what he's wearing... You can represent your country with traditional clothes... He did have a blazer on... I honestly don't understand the craze for looking more like them and less like us... Either ways everybody looks 👍👍

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Captains of playing nations competing 4 the had a photoshoot with the Queen. Guess who came dressed in his pyjamas? None other than the captain (back row, left). Take a look at him in the other pic. How does one country produce ...?

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Do not agree with you this time Tarek Saheb, if someone is wearing the national dress, Perfect. Let us come out of this slave mentality. Would have loved if Virat also had some Indian dress. Let is not criticise just for the sake of criticism

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