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Monday, July 15th, 2024

The one who made India world champion will now defeat the neighboring team.

New Delhi. Pakistan cricket team has got a new head coach before the ICC T20 World Cup 2024. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced 3 different coaches on Sunday. Former South African player Gary Kirsten will take over as the head coach of the Pakistan team in white ball cricket, while former Australian fast bowler Jason Gillespie will coach the Pakistani players in Test cricket. Former Pakistan all-rounder Azhar Mahmood will be the assistant coach of the team in all formats.

After the ICC ODI World Cup 2023, PCB made many changes in its support staff. The board changed everyone from coach to captain. Pakistan team had missed qualifying for the semi-finals in the World Cup held in India. After that, PCB had made Shaheen Afridi the captain of the T20 team, but after the series defeat against New Zealand, PCB has again handed over the captaincy to Babar Azam. Similarly, he also made changes in coaching. Azhar Mahmood was made the interim coach in the T20 series against New Zealand.

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Gary Kirsten has made India world champion under his guidance.
Gary Kirsten was the coach of the Indian team in the 2011 ODI World Cup. At that time India had won the World Cup under the guidance of Kirsten. Kirsten has immense coaching experience. He has coached many club and franchise cricket along with the South African men’s team. Former Australian pacer Jason Gillespie, who has played 71 Test and 91 ODI international matches, will coach Pakistan in Test cricket.

Gillespie is eager to work with Pakistan team
Jason Gillespie, who has been appointed the head coach of Pakistan’s Test team, said that he is very happy and is really looking forward to working with the Pakistan team. 49-year-old Gillespie will be seen in the role of coach with immediate effect. Earlier, in January, two months after the ODI World Cup, Grant Bradburn had resigned as the head coach of Pakistan. Team director Mickey Arthur and batting coach Andrew Puttick also left early. Bradburn was replaced by Mohammad Hafeez.

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