Afghanistan all-rounder Mohammad Nabi will bring curtains down on his Test career after the progressing one-off match against Bangladesh being played at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.
“Yes, he (Nabi) will retire after the ongoing Test match,” Afghanistan group director Nazim Jar Abdurrahimzai affirmed to Cricbuzz.
It is comprehended that Nabi has taken this choice in an offer to draw out his white-ball vocation. Counting the continuous Test, the 34-year-old has highlighted in just three red-ball matches.
Afghanistan is not a part of the ICC World Test Championship as just the best nine full part countries are contending in an aggregate of 71 Tests crosswise over 27 respective series more than two years. They will next face West Indies in the erratic Test scheduled to start from November 27 in Dehradun.
A right-handed batsman and a convenient off-spinner, Nabi’s down in white-ball cricket, particularly in T20s, stays in great stead and he will be a key segment of the Afghanistan group in one year from now’s T20 World Cup booked to be held in Australia.