Monday, 10 May 2021

Inzamam attaches high hopes with Pakistan for New Zealand tour


MULTAN: Chief Selector Pakistan Cricket Team Inzamam-ul-Haq attached high hopes with his team for New Zealand tour, saying that it would fly to the country a week before the series to adjust with local conditions.

Talking to reporters here on Saturday, Inzamam accompanied by former king spin, Mushtaq Ahmad, informed that the camp would commence from December 23 in Lahore for upcoming New Zealand tour.

The chief selector stated that whoever would perform well, he would be selected for Pakistan cricket team. He recommended that matches of Pakistan Super League (PSL) should be played across the country, including Multan.

To a question, he said that they wanted to boost club cricket, adding that South Punjab has got a lot of new talent for cricket and was rendering excellent services for the game.

Speaking on the occasion, Mushtaq Ahmad appreciated services of Inzamam-ul-Haq Cricket Academy in Multan predicting that Multan would produce one day another Inzamam-ul-Haq. He said that he was delighted to see playing young guns in Multan.

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