It’s exciting to hear that Pakistan’s excellent player Babar Azam is expected to take on the position as captain for the team for a second time.
Babar Azam will be selected captain of the team by Mohsin Naqvi, newly nominated head of the Pakistani Cricket Board (PCB), according to reports.
Without having any challenge during the election process, Mohsin Naqvi, he was presently served as Punjab’s caretaker chief minister, was officially referred to to serve as PCB’s chairman earlier this morning.
Over the following period of three years, he will remain in the charge of chairman, and Pakistan cricket might go through some changes soon.
In addition, Mohsin Naqvi becomes the 37th Chairman of the PCB after being chosen by the National Cricket Academy.
Meanwhile, because of a hopeless World Cup 2023 in which Pakistan ended in fifth position and failed to progress to the semi-finals, Babar Azam was compelled to step away to be captain of the national team the previous year in all disciplines.
After Babar’s resignation, the PCB nominated Shan Masood as Test captain with Shaheen Afridi as T20I the captain of the team both of them had challenging debut series.
The Green Shirts dropped their Test match against Australia 3-0 while suffering a Twenty-20 International match 4-1 against New Zealand under the direction they were given.