Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has appointed Younis Khan as the team's batting coach. PCB has informed that he will be part of the coaching staff in the next England tour.
PCB Chief Executive Wasim Khan said: "I am delighted that someone of the stature and incredible batting record of Younis Khan has agreed to join the Pakistan cricket set-up as national men's team batting coach. When I spoke with him, his commitment and enthusiasm to take up this assignment and serve his country was never in doubt and he jumped at the opportunity."
The former captain scored over 10 thousand runs in Test cricket including 34 hundreds at an average of 52. He is Pakistan's most successful batsman in terms of runs in Test cricket.
Younis also had a season with Yorkshire in the 2007 English County Championship in which he amassed 824 runs in 13 matches at an average of 48.47.