New Delhi: Mohammad Nabi of Afghanistan cricket team has said goodbye to Test cricket. He is currently part of the only Test match between Bangladesh and Afghanistan at the Zahoor Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong. This will be his last test. Nabi is counted among the experienced all-rounder of the Afghanistan team.
Afghanistan cricket team manager Nazim Zar Abdurrahimzai has told Cricbuzz, Mohammad Nabi is retiring from this format after this Test match. Mohammad Nabi, 34, has also said goodbye to Test cricket because he wants to play ODI and T20 International cricket for Afghanistan's team for a long time.
Mohammad Nabi, who is retiring after just three matches, has not yet revealed why he is retiring from this format, but looking at the current situation and his age, he wants to put more emphasis on playing short format. . Apart from this, Afghanistan's team is also not a part of the ICC World Test Championship, so the board will not have any problem with the decision of the prophet. The ICC World Test Championship will be played for two years among the top 9 teams in the ICC rankings. During this time, a total of 71 Test matches are to be played, including 27 bilateral series.
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