The national team is set to welcome new captains across different formats following Babar Azam’s resignation from the leadership role. The PCB has officially announced the appointment of Shaheen Shah Afridi as the T20 captain and Shan Masood as the skipper for the Test side.
This decision comes after Babar Azam stepped down from his position as captain after Pakistan’s exit from the World Cup.
The PCB has yet to decide on the captaincy for the One Day International (ODI) format, indicating that further announcements are expected in due course. The board’s reshuffle also includes the replacement of Mickey Arthur with former cricketer Mohammad Hafeez as the director of cricket.
These changes mark a new chapter for Pakistan cricket as it aims to rebuild and move forward with a fresh leadership approach. Fans and cricket enthusiasts are keenly observing these developments, anticipating how the new captains will steer the team in upcoming challenges.
With the ODI captaincy still to be revealed, speculation continues as the cricket world awaits the complete picture of Pakistan’s future cricket leadership.