Watch: A Heartwarming Video Of Sarfaraz Khan Batting With His Father Goes Viral

By Daniel S

October 7, 2022

Sarfaraz Khan has been enjoying a great domestic season once again this year. Recently, he was a part of the Rest of India squad which won the Irani Cup. In that match, he came up with a match-winning hundred to ensure his team’s victory.

However, this Mumbai batter has always given credit to his father for whatever he has achieved in recent years. Now, a video went viral all over the internet where he and his father were seen batting together. Fans went crazy as Sarfaraz’s father, Naushad Khan also played his son’s trademark scoop shot with perfection. 

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“I would have been finished by now if my father had not been there” – Sarfaraz Khan on his father

Speaking of the video, it was seen that both Sarfaraz Khan and Naushad khan were batting together, He played some classy shots along with an innovative scoop shot. Even, Sarafraz Khan also played some good shots and enjoyed batting with his father.

While speaking after scoring a ton in the last Ranji final, Sarfaraz Khan said that he would have been finished by then if his father had not been there. He said: “This hundred is because of my abbu (father), his sacrifices, and holding my hand when I could have been down and out. Aap sab toh jaante ho mere saath kya kya hua. Abbu na rehte toh main khatam ho jataa (You all know what I have gone through and had my father not been there, I would have been finished by now).”

“There has been so much struggle and when I think about how my dad dealt with all of it, I get emotional. He didn’t leave my hand even once. My brother put up a status on his cell phone and I could see abbu was so happy. It made my day. In our lives, it’s about all those little dreams that we harbour. The dreams that we (he and his father) have dreamt together. The nearly 2000 runs that I have scored in two seasons since my Mumbai comeback is because of my abbu.” Sarfaraz Khan concluded.