- Akash Vaishnav
PAK vs AUS 2022: After the resignation of Justin Langer, the head of Australia, the name of this person came up for the post of head coach. Justin Langer took over as head coach in 2018 after the Incident at the Sandpiper Gate.
Following Langer’s resignation, Cricket Australia appointed Andrew McDonald as interim head coach. McDonald’s, which has been an assistant coach till now, has been promoted.
In Langer’s time, Australia won the T20 World Cup and also won the Ashes series 4–0 against England, which was a great achievement during Langer’s time.
Cricket Australia was in trouble after Langer’s resignation. And as well as the tour of Pakistan, Australia released the name of Andrew McDonald and made him interim head coach.
PAK vs AUS 2022 It will be after a long time that Cricket Australia will tour Pakistan. Around 1998, Australia’s tour of Pakistan in which the hosts lost by 1–0. Pakistan has retained Saqlain Mushtaq for the upcoming series. After this, Shaun Tait has been appointed as the bowling coach in the bowling area.
Pakistan team has appointed Mohammad Yousuf as batting consultant before the upcoming series.
During one of his conversations, Wasim Akram believes that the upcoming tour will be a boon for Pakistan cricket. This is going to be very helpful for the coming generations. Pakistan Cricket gave assurance of security due to which the team agreed to tour Pakistan after 24 years.
“Australia coming to Pakistan after 24 years is an achievement for the Pakistan Cricket Board. This series will have a huge impact on our cricket as it will improve our players’ approach and mindset.”
Wasim Akram further added,
“For the next generation of cricketers, this will be an opportunity to fall in love with this sport and get motivated to scale greater heights in their careers. Australia’s tour to Pakistan will send out a strong and powerful message that everything is fine and normal here.”
“Things have changed in Pakistan since 1998 and I think the pitches will be better, which will make Test cricket interesting viewing. I believe our cricket team will improve after playing Australia as the players will assess and understand their strengths and weaknesses, work on them, and be better trained and prepared for the home Tests against England and New Zealand, which will be played in the last quarter of the year.”
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