Misbah-ul-Haq’s whopping pay package revealed

Misbah-ul-Haq will soon step into the field with his new role in Pakistan cricket. Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) appointed the former captain in the dual role of head coach and the chief selector to revive the men in green.

Misbah-ul-Haq's whopping pay package revealed

Meanwhile the country’s cricket governing body is all set to hand Misbah a massive salary package for his extensive roles.

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Pakistan media reported, the 45-year old will earn Rs 2.8 million per month throughout his three year contract.

Geo Super said, Misbah stands to earn Rs33.6m (3 crore 36 lacs) annually and a colossal amount of 100.8m (10 crore and 8 lacs) over the course of his three-year contract.

The former Pakistan captain is also set to earn more through the Pakistan Super League, where he is expected to become the new head coach of two-time champions Islamabad United.

Misbah will be Pakistan’s 30th head coach but it is the first time that the head coach will also act as the chief selector, a process which is already applied in New Zealand cricket.

Misbah-ul-Haq is Pakistan’s most successful Test captain with 26 wins in 56 Tests and 11 draws.

He played 75 Tests, 162 one-day internationals and 39 T20 matches before retiring from international cricket back in 2017.

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