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Sarfaraz Khan has begun to live his dream. Years of hard work and struggle seems to have found a point of success from where he can do what he is living for. Sarfaraz, his father Naushad and his wife Romana Zahoor were emotional to their core with the cricketer getting his debut cap. The Mumbai star had to wait four hours to get to bat on the first day of the India vs England 3rd Test but it was possibly nothing for the time he has waited for an India call-up.

Sarfaraz has spoken his heart out after the end of the day after slamming a 66-ball 62 in his first India appearance. "Coming to the ground for the first



time and getting the cap in front of my father. I was six years old when he started my cricket (training). It was my dream to play for the Indian team in front of him," Sarfaraz told the media after the end of the first day in Rajkot.

Sarafaraz also opened on the time when he faced his first few balls in the third session. "I was padded up for almost four hours (in the dressing room). I kept thinking that I have kept so much patience in life and there is no harm in keeping some more. After I went in, I was nervous for the first few balls but I have practiced and worked so hard that everything went well," he added.
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