Pakistan’s iconic batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq recently announced not to renew his contract with the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) as his tenure is ending on July 31. However, before going out of the frame, the legendary cricketer shared his experience of working on the aforementioned position.
Like any other capacity associated to Pakistan Cricket, the job of chief selector is considered a seat of thrones and the notion was endorsed by the 49-year old who rated this position as the most difficult job he ever had.
A major reason of this statement was the backlash of fans towards him when his nephew Imam-ul-Haq was picked for the national team. While Imam scored a plethora of runs with great consistency, the left-hander’s inclusion always gets associated to nepotism.
This obviously frustrated Inzamam as he feels that he was treated harshly despite giving opportunities to many talented cricketers. Moreover, the Multan born added that he tried to perform his duties with sincerity and to the best of his abilities. While Inzamam might be leaving the chief selector’s job, but it is important to note that his name is revolving on social media for the post of batting consultant of Pakistan’s national team.