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T20 World Cup: Afghanistan Mohammad Nabi says captaincy is a tough job but looking forward to it

Mohammad Nabi, who was made the captain of Afghanistan cricket team a few days ago, has admitted that captaincy of the team in the T20 World Cup is difficult, but he will try his best to take his team forward. Nabi was made the captain of the Afghanistan team on 10 October after star all-rounder Rashid Khan refused to become captain saying that his opinion was not taken before selecting the team. 36-year-old Nabi has also been the captain of the team between 2013 and 2015.

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He said in a conference call to the media before the T20 World Cup starting on Sunday, ‘Captaincy is a very difficult responsibility. I will try my best that the team plays well in the tournament. Excited to play as captain. The Afghanistan team has to play the first match against the first round qualifier team on 25 October. They are placed in Group Two along with India, Pakistan, New Zealand and a qualifier.

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Despite the Taliban ruling in Afghanistan, the team has made it to the World Cup. After the withdrawal of American forces, there was much bloodshed and violence in Afghanistan. The prophet refused to speak on the issue and only mentioned visa issues. “The team has been preparing for the last one and a half months. There were some problems in the visa case, due to which the players could not come to the UAE early. He was practicing in Qatar.

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