Inzamam expects Pakistan to do well on NZ tour

MULTAN: Pakistan’s chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq has said that he is expecting Pakistan to do well on the tour of New Zealand.

“A camp will be set up in Lahore on December 23 to train players for the overseas tour,” Haq told reporters in Multan, where he was accompanied by former teammate Mushtaq Ahmed.

“Whoever performs well will be selected in the team,” he said, adding that Pakistan would arrive in New Zealand a week earlier to get used to local conditions.

To a question, the chief selector said that Pakistan Super League (PSL) should be played across the country, including Multan.

“We also want to boost club cricket,” he said.

Responding to another question, the cricket legend, who hails from Multan, said South Punjab has got a lot of new talent.

Speaking on the occasion, Mushtaq Ahmad appreciated services of Inzamam-ul-Haq Cricket Academy in Multan predicting that Multan would soon produce another Inzamam-ul-Haq. – Bold Magazine

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