Ace leg-spinner Rashid Khan, who is captaining Afghanistan in the one-off Test against Bangladesh which got in progress here on Thursday, has turned into the most youthful player ever to lead a Test side.
Rashid, who turned 20 years and 350 days on Thursday, break the record of Tatenda Taibu who drove Zimbabwe against Sri Lanka at Harare in 2004 at 20 years old years and 358 days.
Third in the list is Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, who was 21 years and 77 days old when he drove India against the West Indies in Bridgetown in 1962.
Afghanistan isn’t a part of the ICC World Test Championship as just the main nine full part countries are contending in an aggregate of 71 Tests crosswise over 27 bilateral series more than two years.
After the one-off Test, both the groups will participate in a triangular T20I series likewise including Zimbabwe.