Younis Khan leaves a level-three coaching course in protest
LAHORE (92 News) – Former Pakistan captain Younis Khan left a level-three coaching course at the National Cricket Academy on Monday complaining that he had not been provided adequate boarding.
The first Pakistani batsman to score 10,000 runs said he was disappointed at the shabby treatment meted out to him.
In a video message, Younis Khan said he had received an email invitation to attend the coaching course, but when he arrived at the NCA there was no room registration for him.
The batsman said he could not share a room allocated to somebody else.
Sources said that the NCA administration had apologized to Younis Khan for the difficulties faced as he had arrived ahead of schedule.