On Friday Mohammad Nabi publicized that he has determined to step down because the captain of Afghanistan men’s cricket team.
The veteran all arounder aforementioned that he can still serve Asian nation if the management wishes his service.
In September Nabi conjointly LED the team throughout the Asia Cup earlier this year, created the statement once Afghanistan’s T20 tourney came to an finish following a small four-run defeat to Australia in their final group game at the Adelaide Oval.
Nabi created the decleration through a formal statement on social media.
“Dear Compatriots and Cricket Lovers! Our T20 World Cup journey came to an end, with a result that not us nor our supporters were expecting. We are as frustrated as you are with the outcome of matches. From the last one year, our team preparation was not to a level that a captain would want it or needed for a big tournament. Moreover, in some of the last tours the team management, selection committee and I were not on the same page which had implications on the team balance. Therefore, with due respect, effective immediately I announce to STEP DOWN as a CAPTAIN & will continue to play for my country when the management & team need me” Nabi said.
“I thank every single one of you from the bottom of my heart who came to the grounds despite matches being affected by the rain and those who supported us worldwide, your love truly means a lot to us. Long live Afghanistan. With best regards, Mohammad Nabi,” he added.