The Pakistan cricket team is currently going through a period of change. After the change in the chairman, head coach and bowling coach of the board, now the news of a change in the captaincy of the team is also gaining momentum. But the captain of the limited overs team(Babar Azam) has put a full stop on all such news. He says that he does not know anything about this.
Chief selector also clarified the situation regarding team selection
The news of changing the captain of the Pakistan cricket team has been in the news for some time in the Pakistani media. But limited overs captain Babar Azam has made it clear that he has no information about this. Babar said,
“So far I have no idea about it.”
The focus was on New Zealand series
A 3-match ODI series is going to be played between Pakistan cricket team and New Zealand cricket team. Babar said that despite the absence of skipper Kane Williamson, Tim Seifert, Devon Convoy, besides experienced fast bowlers Trent Boult, Tim Southee, Kyle Jamieson and Lockie Ferguson, they expect a tough fight against New Zealand in the limited overs series. Babar Azam said,
“I think the board officials and the chief selector have also clarified the position regarding the selection of the team. So I am also fully supporting the team and hope to do well against New Zealand.”
Changes happened before T20 World Cup
before t20 world cupThere have been many changes. At the end of the term of PCB chairman Ehsan Mani, the board has appointed Rameez Raja as the new chairman. At the same time, head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and bowling coach Waqar Younis also resigned from the post. After which the PCB has appointed Matthew Hayden as the head coach of the team and Vernon Philander as the bowling coach. Let us tell you, India and Pakistan will face each other in the T20 World Cup on 23rd October and from here both the teams will start the campaign of the tournament.