Former cricketer Mohammad Yousuf will not be available as a coach in Pakistan’s T20 squad as he tested positive for coronavirus.
Omar Rashid will manage the Pakistan T20 players in the absence of Mohammad Yousuf, according to sources.
It should be remembered that the 5-player New Zealand series and World Cup squad camp will begin on September 16th, according to reports.
Yousuf played in 90 Test matches for Pakistan, scoring 7,530 runs with a strike rate of 52.29. There were 24 hundreds and 33 half-centuries made by the skillful right-hander. In 2005, he scored 223, his best score in the format, against England in Lahore.