Anand Mahindra Decided To Give Thar In Gift To Sarfarz’s Father Naushad Khan

Anand Mahindra, Chairman of Mahindra & Mahindra Group, has given Sarfaraz Khan’s father, Naushad Khan, a Thar vehicle for being an ‘inspirational dad’.

Naushad played an important role in Sarfaraz’s cricket career over the past 15 years. Sarfaraz played his first Test against England in Rajkot, Gujarat on February 15th.

“Hard work. Courage. Patience. What qualities could a father inspire in his child better than these? It would be my honour & privilege if Naushad would accept a Thar as a gift for being an inspiring parent,” the chairperson said on X.

Sarfaraz Khan was run out in his debut match by Mark Wood on the fifth delivery of over 82. He scored 62 important runs from 66 deliveries. He was applauded by the crowd for giving up his wicket as Ravindra was about to reach his fourth test century.

Sarfaraz was not the only one to enjoy his moment with Anil Kumble as he presented him with his Test cap. The moment was also a big win for his family, brother and father, who wept uncontrollably when he saw his son becoming an Indian cricketer.

Years of toil and hard work in the Ranji Trophy, season after season, had finally paid off. This moment had been a long-time dream for the father-son team. Sarfaraz’s half-century was a sweetener as he made his debut.

Naushad Khan is an employee of the Western Railways who comes from a less-than-stellar background. Naushad had to struggle to make ends meet, selling track pants to earn money to move trains and toffees.

Sarfaraz’s father supported him from a very young age. He stood by him through thick and thin and every step along the way. Naushad never let Sarfaraz lose heart when he ran a lot but was not rewarded.

“When I was working hard before, I wondered why my dream didn’t become a reality. Now that he has his cap on, my perspective has changed.

All the children who work hard deserve to know that darkness will not last forever. The sun will come out when the time comes. Sarfaraz said, “Our job is to be patient and work hard. Never give up.”

What a Debut for Sarfarz Khan!

Sarfaraz left the field when India’s fourth bowler, Rohit Sharma, was knocked out after a run-up of 204 with Ravindra Jadeja. Sarfaraz showed steely nerves as he batted in third gear for a short time before switching to fifth.

Sarfaraz took just 48 balls to reach the half-century mark, which is the second-fastest debut fifty by an Indian. He shares the honour with Hardik Pandya. Sarfaraz hit nine fours and a six and added 77 more runs with Jadeja.

He then ran out without ceremony. Sarfaraz was expected to bat No. Sarfaraz was batting at No. 5, but Jadeja got a promotion before him. He showed that sending him earlier wouldn’t have made the most sense.

India vs England 3rd Test:

IND vs ENG: India scored 445 runs in their first innings of the third test match at Rajkot, which is currently being played agasvinst England.

Sarfaraz Khan, a debutant, contributed 62 important runs. India scored 116 runs on Day 2, and all of the wickets fell within 130.5 overs.

Both Rohit Sharma (112) and Ravichandran Ashwin (131) both scored individual hundreds. Dhruv Juel (46), Ravichandran Ashwin (37) and Jasprit Bumrah (26) also scored important runs.

Mark Wood took four England wickets. Rehan Ahmed claimed two, while James Anderson, Tom Hartley and Joe Root each secured one.

Ben Duckett scored his third test century as England, trailing by 445 runs, started strongly and scored 207/2 at the Stumps in 35 overs on DAY 2.

Ben Duckett, Joe Root, and the rest of the England team are on the crease. They are 238 runs behind and will start the third day.

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