Pakistan eyes series against New Zealand amid change in management


Pakistan and New Zealand team face to face
Recently there has been a change in the management of Pakistan.
Sodhi and Aijaz got place in the team for Pakistan tour

new Delhi. Pakistan captain Babar Azam would like to remain focused on the performance in the two-Test series against New Zealand starting on Monday amid sudden changes in the country’s cricket board. Former PCB chairman Najam Sethi has become the chairman of the 14-member management committee of the board. Earlier, after the 3-0 whitewash in the Test series by England, the government had removed Rameez Raja and also repealed the PCB’s constitution. Shahid Afridi has been made the interim chief selector. Babar said before the first test, “The situation has changed in the last two-three days. There have been changes but being a professional one should be able to face these things. “Our job is to give our best on the field and focus on winning the match,” he said.

He said, “We could not play the last series the way we wanted to play. We made small mistakes due to which we had to face defeat. To be honest, I do not take pressure because doing so will affect the game. I believe that every day is new and every match is new and the team in front is also new. A slow wicket has been made for the first test, which does not have grass and the spinners of both the teams will speak on it. Afridi has included spinner Sajid Khan in the team, who was not in the last two series. Spinner Abrar Ahmed took 17 wickets against England.

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Like Pakistan, England also defeated New Zealand 3-0 after which Kane Williamson relinquished the captaincy of the Test team. Now Tim Southee will be the captain in this format for the first time. New Zealand have included leg-spinner Ish Sodhi in the team after four years, while left-arm spinner Aijaz Patel has also been given a place in the team.

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