Mohammad Nabi to retire from Test cricket

Mohammad Nabi to retire from Test cricket

Afghanistan’s All-rounder Mohammad Nabi will lower the curtains to his Test career after the single ongoing match against Bangladesh at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium. Mohammad Nabi is likely to retire from Test Cricket as according to the sources Nabi to give test retirement after an ongoing test match against Bangladesh.

Mohammad Nabi to retire after the ongoing test match as Afghanistan team manager Nazim Jar Abdurrahimzai confirmed the news.

It is understood that Nabi has made this decision in an attempt to prolong his white-ball career. Including the ongoing Test Match, the 34-year-old has appeared in only three red-ball matches.

Unfortunately, team Afghanistan is not part of the ICC World Test Championships, as only the top nine member countries compete in a total of 71 Test Matches in 27 bilateral series over two years. They will then face the West Indies in the Single Test scheduled to begin on November 27 in Dehradun.

Right-handed all-rounder batsmen and a skilful off-spinner, Mohammad Nabi’s game in white-ball cricket, especially in the T20s, is still beneficial and will be a key component of the Afghanistan team at next year’s T20 World Cup in Australia.

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