PESHAWAR, 5 November: Former Pakistan cricket team captain Inzamamul Haq has agreed to coach Afghan cricket team for the next two years.

The Afghan Cricket Board had offered Inzamam a two year agreement for coaching Afghan team after he helped them win one-day and Twenty20 series against Zimbabwe. Under Inzamam’s coaching, Afghanistan became the first associate team to defeat a Test playing nation in the ODI and T-20 series.

Former Afghan coach Kabir Khan said Inzamam has agreed to extend his tenure with the Afghan team after seeing their performance in Zimbabwe. He said the former Pakistan captain was happy over his first stint as Afghan coach.

However, Inzamam has said he said not signed any agreement for extending his tenure as Afghan coach.

Compiled from media reports

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