Karachi, on August 7, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) re-appointed Inzamam-ul-Haq as its chief selector. This is his second term in this role. Inzamam had previously been the chief selector from 2016 to 2019. Last week, he agreed to become a paid selector. Inzamam is a former cricketer who won the 1992 World Cup. He has played 120 Tests and scored 8830 runs with 25 centuries and 46 fifties. In ODIs, he has played 378 matches and scored 11739 runs with 10 centuries and 83 fifties. He also played one T20I for his country. In his new job as the chief selector, Inzamam will take over from Haroon Rasheed who left the position last month. Inzamam will have some important tasks ahead of him, with his main job being to choose the Pakistan team for the 50-over World Cup in India in October and November. It should be noted that Inzamam also picked the Pakistan team for the ICC World Cup 2019. Now, Inzamam’s destiny is to be chosen for the Pakistan team in another World Cup in four years. In addition to the World Cup, he will also have to select Pakistan teams for the Asia Cup, which will be held in Sri Lanka from August 31 to September 17, and the three-match ODIs against Afghanistan, which start from August 22 in Sri Lanka. Please rewrite the text you would like to be simplified.