I don’t have a miracle magic wand to increase the efficiency of the team – Inzamam ul Haq


Pakistan Cricket Board has hired former team captain Inzamam-ul-Haq as the chief selector for Pakistan national cricket team, which comes with former off-spinner and senior cricket analyst Tauseef Ahmed.

Former International fast bowler Wasim Haider and batsman Wajahatullah Wasti are the other companions within the panel of selection committee.

Inzamam replaced Haroon Rasheed as primary selector after the PCB demolished the old selection committee when Pakistan won only one of its three team fixtures at the ICC World T20 2016 held in India.

“I have selected one spinner, one fast pacer and a batsman in my team (of selectors) to protect all other places,” Inzamam said.

“I don’t have a miracle magic wand to increase the efficiency of the team, it will take a while and you have to show patience.”

Soon after the World Twenty20, trainer and head coach Waqar Younis stop and wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed changed Shahid Afridi as Twenty20 leader.

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Inzamam was the Afghanistan cricket team trainer for the previous six several weeks, but said he was launched by Afghanistan Cricket Board to execute national responsibility. Under his training, Afghanistan beaten Zimbabwe in both one-day and Twenty20 matches and also certified for the Super 10 group matches of the World Twenty20, where it defeat ultimate champ Western Indies in a team coordinate.

Inzamam, 46, stop his place as Afghanistan go trainer to take up his new part with Pakistan, who won the 50-overs Globe Cup in 1992 and the T20 edition during 2009.

The hitting excellent advised Afghanistan to the super 10 group matches of the World T20, where they gathered a win over ultimate winners Western Indies.

His agreement with Afghanistan ran until the end of the season.

Inzamam’s next task will be to choose the Pakistan team for a complete trip of Britain beginning this summer, when they execute four Assessments, five ODIs and a T20.

The team will also execute two ODIs against Ireland after the test series in England.

He said it was essential to develop a share of gamers and put the attempt into assisting them create.

“When you create changes, you experience issues, but we will return to normal if we create a share of gamers,” he included.

The former right-handed batsman performed 378 one-day internationals and 120 Assessments for Pakistan and also provided as the team’s hitting advisor for a short interval this season.

Pakistan are currently rated 4th in test series, 8th in ODIs and 7th in T20s.


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