Rashid Khan left a mark in franchise T20 leagues across the globe and grew as premier all-rounder for Afghanistan. He does not likes to pitch up the deliveries and tries to bowl back of a length, mixing up with variations, to confuse
A captain leads the team but when he is clueless if leaves ill-effect on the side. If international cricket has seen captains who have bored the brunt to the fore, there have been some, who have been utter failures. Captaincy in cricket
The former skipper of Afghanistan Cricket Team Gulbadin Naib has threatened the Afghanistan Cricket Board to expose the corruption within the board publicly. Naib stated that he would publicly name and shame the government, players and management if appropriate actions aren’t taken.
Afghanistan Cricket Team had a poor outing in the ICC World Cup 2019 failing to win a single game. Veteran all-rounder Mohammad Nabi recently blamed the captaincy change as the reason behind their poor performance. And now, former Afghan skipper Gulbadin Naib
Former Afghanistan skipper Gulbadin Naib has come up with some interesting revelations about his senior teammates. Naib revealed that the seniors were not performing deliberately in the World Cup. The all-rounder was handed over the captaincy mantle just before the showpiece event.
World Cup 2019 came on an end on Sunday with hosts and pre-tournament hosts England beating New Zealand. After the scoreboard failed to decide the winner, England were crowned the world champions on the virtue of hitting more boundaries. The final lived
Afghanistan didn’t have the best of the ICC World Cup 2019. In fact, a lot was expected from the Afghan team but they could not deliver the goods. However, they had given a run for the money to India and Pakistan and
Afghanistan captain Gulbadin Naib has urged the fans to treat all the cricket matches just like they need to be treated. The thrilling game between Afghanistan and Pakistan on Saturday was marred by fights between the fans. Right from the start of
In a thrilling 2019 Cricket World Cup encounter at Leeds, Pakistan snatched a three-wicket victory (with two balls remaining) against Afghanistan. Afghanistan captain Gulbadin Naib decided to bat first after winning the toss. In the first innings of this match, Afghanistan managed
Afghanistan captain Gulbadin Naib has probably become the public enemy number one after enduring a horrific day with both bat and ball in the narrow loss to arch-rivals Pakistan in the World Cup. He scored just 15 runs and conceded 73 runs