Rashid Khan appointed Afghanistan Captain in all formats

Rashid Khan has been named the skipper of Afghanistan cricket group in every one of the three arrangements. The previous captain Asghar Afghan will be his representative, the Afghanistan Cricket Board declared on Friday.

Rashid Khan will succeed Gulbadin Naib, who had driven Afghanistan in their World Cup 2019 battle.

The ACB had expelled Asghar Afghan from the skipper’s post only three months before the World Cup and designated Gulbadin in his place, a move which was met with a great deal of analysis and reaction from fans and the Afghan players.

Gulbadin Naib had himself expressed that Asghar Afghan would consistently be his skipper while Rashid and senior player Mohammad Nabi additionally voiced their dismay with the arrangement.

However, at this point, the ACB is moving an entirely different way and have chosen to give over control to youthful Rashid.

However, at this point, the cricket board has chosen to go with one captain for all organizations.

Afghanistan had a frustrating effort in the World Cup, losing each of the nine association coordinates and completed in the last spot. Naib drove the group in a sum of 12 ODI matches where he figured out how to win two recreations and lost 10.

Asghar Afghan, then again, had driven the group in 56 ODIs and won 36 of them while losing only 21. They had likewise figured out how to tie a game against India in the Asia Cup a year ago.

Rashid in the meantime has driven the group in 4 ODIs up until now, winning one and losing 3. Rashid’s first task as full-time captain will be a coincidental Test against Bangladesh in September before a full home arrangement against West Indies – including three T20Is, three ODIs, and an erratic Test – in India between November 5 and December 1.

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