Mohammad Hafeez has been appointed as the new Director of the Pakistan Cricket Team, and will also take on the role of head coach. This move comes as part of a reshuffle within the team, with former captain Babar Azam relinquishing his post across formats. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has decided to merge the roles of team director and head coach, and Hafeez is set to coach the team in three Tests in Australia and five T20Is in New Zealand, scheduled for December and January. The announcement comes as excitement for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 builds, with fans and players tracking the World Cup schedule, results, and points table. Players are eager to see who will top the charts for Most Runs and Most Wickets in the World Cup. The move marks a significant change for the Pakistan Cricket Team, as they have not had a team director until now.
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