The No two positioned T20 international bowler on the planet, Afghan cricketer Rashid Khan has been named the new skipper of the Afghanistan national men’s cricket team for the T20s. Rashid Khan, who has played 252 games in the T20 format, taking 350 wickets, highlighting in potentially every cricket league all throughout the globe including the Indian Premier League, Big Bash League, Pakistan Super League, Caribbean Premier League Cricket and numerous others.
The batsman Najibullah Zadran, has been designated as his deputy. ACB stated that “Rashid Khan, one of the notable worldwide faces of the cricket game, was chosen by senior Afghanistan Cricket Board authority led by Director Farhan Yousefzai, for the position thinking about his experience, splendid ability just as leadership abilities with Afghanistan National team throughout the long term.”
Rashid Khan will be leading the Afghan national cricket side, who are in Group B of the 2021 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup close by India, England and South Africa, which will be played in the United Arab Emirates and Oman from 17th Oct to the 14th of Nov.