Karachi: Moin Khan's tenure as Pakistan cricket captain has been extended until next June, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said on Monday.Khan, 29, had earlier been appointed captain until the end of the current home series against England. He has so far led Pakistan in 11 Tests, winning three and losing one."The Board is satisfied with Khan's leadership and with the hope that he will improve further we have extended his captaincy tenure until June 2001," PCB head Lieutenant General Tauqir Zia said.
Pakistan will play three Tests and five one-dayers in New Zealand from February and a tri-nation event in Sharjah in April before touring England for two Tests and a triangular series including Australia."Khan, Inzamam-ul-Haq as vice captain and Javed Miandad as coach have been working well and we want to give them a continuity," Zia said. Miandad has been appointed coach until the 2003 World Cup in South Africa.