Former captain and chief selector of Pakistan has resigned from his post as chief selector of Pakistan Cricket Board’s team on Wednesday.
According to reports of Baaghitv, former skipper of national team at a press conference in Gadaffi Stadium on Wednesday announced his resignation as Chief Selector of Pakistan Cricket Board. He was appointed as Chief selector in March, 2016 by then PCB Chairman Shehryar Khan.
Announcing his resignation, Inzamam said, “I’m resigning from my position because I want to give time to the new selection committee.” He added, “I’m thankful to PCB, players and team management for their support, throughout my time as chief selector.”
Inzamam-ul-Haq also spoke about importance of having a new chief selector as major cricket events will be held in future ICC World Test Championship, underway in September and in upcoming years which includes he ICC T20 World Cup in 2020 and the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.
The biggest success of his tenure as chief selector of PCB was Pakistan’s 2017 International Cricket Council (ICC) Champions Trophy triumph.