Former Pakistan batsman Younis Khan and Mushtaq Ahmed have been appointed as batting and bowling coaches for the national cricket team ahead of the upcoming tour with England, as per media reports. They will bolster head coach Misbah-ul-Haq and fast bowling coach Waqar Younis.

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“I am delighted that someone of the stature and incredible batting record of Younis Khan has agreed to join the Pakistan cricket set-up as the national men’s team batting coach,” said PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan in a press release.

Younis Khan called it a privilege to have been offered the opportunity.

“For me, there has never been a bigger honour and a better feeling than to represent my country and I feel privileged to have been again offered the opportunity to serve it for a challenging but exciting tour of England,” he said as quoted by pcb.com.pk

“I welcome Younis Khan and look forward to reuniting with him in Pakistan colours as our cricket careers have almost run concurrently,” added Head coach and chief selector Misbah-ul-Haq.

Pakistan will play a three-match Test series against England beginning July 8. The two teams will also play a three-match T20I series from August 29.

While Younis Khan has appeared in 118 Tests with over 10,000 runs, Mushtaq Ahmed has played 52 Tests for Pakistan.

 

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