Out of the World Cup without a win; Nabi left the post of Afghanistan hero Nabi stepped down as Afghanistan captain

Melbourne: Captain Muhammad Nabi is no longer leading the Afghanistan cricket team, which has lost two out of five matches and has lost three. The player expressed his displeasure with the team and resigned on Twitter.

‘The team’s preparations were not as planned by the captain in the last year. Furthermore, in the last few trips, the team manager, the selection committee and I did not move things with the same mind. It has upset the rhythm of the team,” said Nabi.

In the Twenty20 World Cup, the team started losing the first match against England and later lost against Sri Lanka and Australia. The matches against the New Zealand and Irish teams were also rained out.

Nabi said that the performance of the team in the Twenty20 World Cup was not as expected by the people of Afghanistan and that he was disappointed. Nevertheless, he said that he will be with the team as a player and not as a captain.

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