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Kabul: Veteran all-rounder Mohammad Nabi has been named Afghanistan skipper for the upcoming T20 World Cup after Rashid Khan stepped down from captaincy protesting the selection of the national squad without his inputs.

The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) is yet to officially announce Nabi’s appointment as captain but the 36-year-old all-rounder tweeted that he has been chosen to lead



the team.

“At this critical stage, I admire the decision of ACB for the announcement of leading the National Cricket Team in T20 Format,” the 36-year-old Nabi tweeted.

“... We will present a great picture of the Nation in the upcoming T20 World Cup,” said the spin-bowling all-rounder.      



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