Former captain Younis Khan will proceed as the boys‘s batting coach of Pakistan till the Twenty20 World Cup in 2022, the nation’s cricket board (PCB) stated on Thursday.
Younis is the one Pakistan batsman in check cricket’s 10,000-run membership and accompanied the aspect on their tour of England this summer season.
“The PCB will also be utilising Younis Khan’s expertise and skills when he’s not on national duty as he will help local batsmen hone their skills,” PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan stated in an announcement.
“This is part of the PCB’s strategy to appoint highly-qualified and respected coaches across all major centres of the country so that we can start producing cricketers who can represent Pakistan with distinction.”
The board stated the appointment of Younis can be “until, at least” the 2022 T20 World Cup, which is scheduled to be held in Australia in October-November.
Younis scored 10,099 runs and 34 a whole bunch in 118 exams, and likewise performed 265 one-dayers and 25 T20 internationals for Pakistan.
The 42-year-old stated he was happy to take up the job on a long-term foundation.
“I am particularly happy that my scope of work has been extended beyond the national duties,” he added.
“I am equally interested and keen at working at the domestic level by identifying potential batsmen and then helping them improve their skills.”