Bombay: Pakistan cricket team is currently playing in ICC World Cup T20-2021. Led by Babar Azam, the team got off to a good start by defeating India and then New Zealand. With this, his path to the semi-finals has become easier. Meanwhile, you can see changes in the team after this World Cup. According to the Indian Express, the Pakistani cricket team may have a permanent head coach after the World Cup. Former India coach Gary Kirsten, who was instrumental in helping India win the 2011 World Cup, could be Pakistan’s next coach. After the T20 World Cup, Kirsten could take over as Pakistan’s head coach. (Gary Kirsten will likely be Pakistan’s new head coach and will replace Misbah-ul-Haq Reports)
In addition to Kirsten, Virat Kohli IPL team Royal Challengers Bangalore coach Simon Katich and two-time England coach Peter Mores are also in the running. According to sources, the president of the Pakistan Cricket Board, Rameez Raja, is in favor of keeping a foreign coach. Kirsten has previously coached the Indian team. He was in charge from 2008 to 2011. Under his tutelage, the Indian team won the ODI World Cup. Under his tutelage, the Indian team became number one in Trials. Kirsten has also worked with RCB on the IPL and Kohli was the team captain at the time.
Misbah-ul-Haq resigned as the team’s head coach before the World Cup after Raja joined the Pakistan Cricket Board. Along with him, bowling coach Waqar Younis also resigned. The team then added Matthew Hayden from Australia to the coaching staff. Former Pakistan player Saqlain Mushtaq is currently the team’s interim coach and, under his leadership, the team has participated in the World Cup. Pakistan has never beaten India in a World Cup, but this time, the team, led by Babar Azam, has changed that story.