Babar has been reappointed as Pakistan captain

By our correspondent
LAHORE: Pakistan’s cricket think-tanks have decided to reappoint Babar Azam as the country’s national team’s captain months after he announced quitting captaincy in the era of former PCB chairman Zaka Ashraf.
According to sources the seven-member selection committee has decided that Babar should be made captain at a stage when the T20 World Cup is ahead.
According to sources the name has been sent to the PCB chairman Mohsin Naqvi and anytime soon a formal announcement from the PCB is expected.
Babar will join the camp in Kakul after performing Umrah.
The national team’s fitness camp is in operation at Kakul.
Pakistan will host a five-match T20 International Series against New Zealand next month.
Pindi will host three matches while Lahore will host two.
Meanwhile former South Africa’s left-handed opener Garry Kirsten and Australia’s former pacer Jason Gallespie are expected to be roped in white and red ball coaches respectively.

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