Mohammad Nabi bowled 22 dot balls in his 4 overs vs West Indies in T20 World Cup warm-up recreation.© Twitter
Afghanistan registered a giant win by 56 runs towards the defending champions West Indies of their ultimate warm-up recreation forward of the Tremendous 12 stage of the T20 World Cup 2021 on Wednesday. The Mohammad Nabi-led facet will go into the event excessive on confidence as they fully outplayed West Indies with their all-round present. After organising the goal of 190 runs, captain Nabi opened the bowling for Afghanistan and bowled 4 overs straight. The all-rounder returned with figures of three/2 in his 4 overs together with 2 maidens. He bowled 22 dot balls out of his 24 deliveries within the match, conceding simply two singles towards the two-time champions.
South Africa’s left-arm wrist spinner Tabraiz Shamsi took to Twitter to reward the unbelievable bowling figures of the Afghanistan skipper.
“Proper then…. what number of a long time (if ever) is it gonna take a bowler to bowl 4 overs for 1 run in a T20 to beat @MohammadNabi007’s 4 overs for two runs.. to not neglect the three wickets to go together with it. Please give different bowlers an opportunity Mr. President,” wrote Shamsi on Twitter.
Proper then…. what number of a long time (if ever) is it gonna take a bowler to bowl 4 overs for 1 run in a T20 to beat @MohammadNabi007 ‘s 4 overs for two runs.. to not neglect the three wickets to go together with it
Please give different bowlers an opportunity Mr President
— Tabraiz Shamsi (@shamsi90) October 21, 2021
Nabi’s spectacular numbers got here after Afghanistan batters put up a splendid present with the bat. Hazratullah Zazai and Mohammad Shahzad scored the fifties that guided their workforce to a complete of 189/5 batting first.
The 36-year-old has performed 80 T20I matches for Afghanistan the place he picked up 72 wickets and scored 1366 runs.
Afghanistan will begin their T20 World Cup 2021 marketing campaign on October 25 in Sharjah towards the Group B desk toppers.
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