05 April 2016 Current Affairs: Wicket-keeper batsman Sarfraz Ahmed has been named captain of Pakistan's Twenty20 team, replacing Shahid Afridi who resigned from the position after the side's dismal World Twenty20 campaign.PCB is pleased to announce appointment of Sarfraz Ahmed as captain of Pakistan T20 team. Sarfraz was appointed vice-captain of ODI and T20 teams last year. He takes over the captaincy of the shortest form of the game from Shahid Afridi, whose term as captain came to an end after the ICC World T20 2016,the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said in a statement.Ahmed, who was vice-captain of the T20 and the ODI side, takes over at a time of intense turmoil for the team, which was knocked out of the World T20 in India after losing three of its four group stage matches.The disappointing show led to Afridi's resignation. Coach Waqar Younis also put in his papers on Monday, claiming that none of his suggestions were accepted by the board.The 28-year-old Ahmed has played 21 Tests, in which he has scored 1,296 runs at an average of 46.28. His 58 ODI appearances have fetched him 1,077 runs at an average of 29.91. In 21 T20Is, Ahmed has notched up 291 runs at 29.10.