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Mohammad Hafeez’s tenure ends as Pakistan Cricket team’s director

Pakistan Cricket Board has announced that Mohammad Hafee’s tenure ends as the Pakistan Men’s Cricket Team director.

Mohammad Hafeez’s tenure ends as Pakistan Cricket team’s director

Mohammad Hafeez was appointed to the Pakistan Men’s Cricket team after Pakistan’s defeat in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023.

Pakistan failed to reach the semi-finals in the marquee tournament. They completed the World Cup campaign with four victories out of 9 matches they played in group stage matches.

This had several changes in the Pakistan cricket. Babar Azam resigned from the captaincy where Shan Masood and Shaheen Afridi were handed captaincy in the Test and T20I formats.

Mickey Arthur, the former Director of the men’s Cricket side, along with Grant Bradburn, the former head coach, and Andrew Puttick, the former Batting Coach resigned from their respective posts.

Haris Rauf’s central contract was terminated. He was penalized by the PCB for his refusal to join Pakistan’s Test Squad for the recently concluded Australia tour.

Mohammad Hafeez was given the responsibility on the back of a rich cricketing career. The all-rounder had played for 55 Tests, 218 ODIs, and 119 T20Is, amassing 12,780 runs and bagged 253 wickets.

Pakistan has been underperforming after the ODI World Cup where they lost the T20I series in Pakistan’s tour of New Zealand 2024 and Pakistan’s tour of Australia 2024.

Pakistan will be playing in a T20I series against England starting on May 22, 2024, at Headingley Cricket Ground.

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