There is a stir in Pakistan cricket these days. After the resignation of chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq, the bowling coach also left his post. At the same time, Babar Azam resigned from the post of captaincy in all formats. After this PCB announced new captains.
PCB has appointed former cricketer Mohammad Hafeez as the head coach of Pakistan for the inaugural tour of Australia and New Zealand. Hafeez was recently part of the PCB cricket technical committee. Hafiz played an important role in winning the ICC Champions Trophy in 2017.
It is noteworthy that PCB has made changes in the portfolio of Pakistan coaching staff. All coaches will continue to work at the National Cricket Academy, while the PCB will announce the new coaching staff for the upcoming series in Australia and New Zealand.
Let us tell you that Pakistan had a poor performance in the ODI World Cup 2023. The team won four out of 9 matches and lost five matches. It had to face defeat by arch-rival India by seven wickets. Pakistan was defeated by England in the last match of the tournament.
Earlier this week, Morne Morkel had resigned from the post of bowling coach of Pakistan men's team. The former South African fast bowler had joined the Pakistan team in June this year on a six-month contract.