Former Pakistan cricket team captain Sarfaraz Ahmed’s wife, Khushbakht Sarfaraz, has defended her husband after people accused him of “mansplaining” and being “misogynistic.”
The Champions Trophy-winning captain appeared on a TV show with his family.
The couple revealed a lot of details about their marriage. Sarfaraz said he does not discuss cricket with his wife.
His comments went viral on social media.
“Mera coach bannay ki zaroorat nahi’n hai. Mere pas already bohat coaches hain [Don’t act as my coach, I already have a lot of coaches],” Sarfaraz said to his wife. As Sarfaraz’s video clips started to flood social media, people started calling him “misogynistic.” His wife responded by telling social media users not to act as a ‘phuppo’ and refrain from meddling in their affairs.
“To all the social media pages, remember that calling him misogynistic is rude. Sarfaraz takes huge pride in the fact that we have seen our best days together. There are various moments that I can share,” his wife wrote on Twitter.
It is pertinent to state that Sarfaraz Ahmed said, “I was disturbed with my performance and Khushbakht asked me to focus on the way I play cricket. It irritated me a bit and I told her to mind her own business.”