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Former Pakistan international cricketer Akhtar laid to rest
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Pakistan, June 12 -- Former Pakistan international cricketer Akhtar Sarfraz, who passed away on Monday at the age of 43 in Lahore after a prolonged battle with cancer, was laid to rest at a graveyard in native Lower Dir on Tuesday. Akhtar leaves behind two teenage sons besides his wife. A left-handed batsman who was born in Peshawar on Feb 20, 1976 Akhtar had a brief international career in the late 1990s. He played all three One-day Internationals during the quadrangular tournament in Sharjah in December 1997. Making his debut againstthe West Indies, Akhtar scored 25 before making seven against India and 20 versus England.
He was also part of the Pakistan squad that participated in the ICC KnockOut International Cup, which was later ren...
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