The Afghanistan Cricket Board has declared 20-year-old spinner Rashid Khan will turn into the country’s new skipper over every one of the three arrangements of the game.
Rashid has played 108 worldwide installations for his nation in a blooming profession that has likewise included feature making stretches in the Indian Premier League and the Big Bash League.
He has a challenging task staring him in the face, however, with a large group of initiative changes having just occurred in a troublesome 2019 for Afghanistan that crested with a winless keep running at the Cricket World Cup.
Rashid, who was at that point the country’s Twenty20 chief, will supplant Rahmat Shah as Test captain and will take over ODI obligations from Gulbadin Naib.
@rashidkhan_19 delegated as Team Afghanistan’s new Captain over every one of the three arrangements while Asghar Afghan designated as Vice-Captain.
“There are no issues in the group. We as a whole play as one group and play just for the nation,” Rashid said in an announcement.
“Whatever I am today, is a result of this nation and this group.”
Asghar Afghan will fill in as Rashid’s bad habit chief, the previous questionably dumped from his job as ODI commander in April.
Rashid stood up at the time, posting on Twitter that the choice to supplant Afghan with Gulbadin was “untrustworthy”.
With all the regard to the Selection Committee, I unequivocally can’t help contradicting the choice as it is flighty and inclination. As we have @cricketworldcup before us, Captain #MAsgharAfghan ought to stay as our group Captain. His captaincy is profoundly instrumental for group achievement .(1/2)
Gulbadin persevered through a troublesome World Cup in charge for Afghanistan, with the country neglecting to win any of their nine matches at the competition.
Afghanistan’s most obvious opportunity to win a match at the competition arrived in a strained apparatus against Pakistan in Leeds that went to the last finished.
Be that as it may, Pakistan pursued down a triumph focus of 228 with two balls to extra as Gulbadin – who completed with figures of 0-73 – was scrutinized for bringing himself once again into the assault on different events.
Both Afghanistan bowler Aftab Alam and wicketkeeper-batsman Mohammad Shahzad were sent home from the World Cup, as well.
Alam was later hit with a one-year suspension from local and global cricket for falling foul of the group’s set of accepted rules.
Shahzad’s removal from the camp was, as indicated by the Afghanistan Cricket Board, because of wellness, a proposal denied by the player.