In a T20 World Cup warm-up game against the West Indies, Mohammad Nabi bowled 22 dot balls in 4 overs.


Afghanistan’s World T20 2021 debut will be on October 25 when they take on England.

Mohammed Nabi made his warm-up debut against the Windies and returned with figures of 3/2 in four overs.

To prepare for the World Cup, Afghanistan defeated West Indies comfortably by 56 runs in a Twenty20 match.

Mohammad Nabi returned from his final warm-up game against the West Indies with bowling figures of 3/2 in his four overs, including two maidens.

As part of their final warm-up game before the Super 12 stage of the T20 World Cup 2021, Afghanistan defeated West Indies by 56 runs on Wednesday. As a result of their dominating performance against the Windies, Mohammad Nabi’s men will be going into the tournament full of confidence. Afghanistan’s captain Nabi opened the bowling and bowled four overs in a row after setting a target of 190 runs. A 3/2 in his four overs, including two maidens, all-rounder returned. Out of his 24 deliveries, he bowled 22 dot balls and gave up just two singles to the defending champions.

Wrist spinner Tabraiz Shamsi of South Africa praised the Afghanistan captain’s bowling statistics on Twitter.

“When will a bowler bowl a T20 over with 4 overs for 1 run beat @MohammadNabi007’s 4 overs for 2 runs and 3 wickets in a decade (if it ever happens)? Mr. President, please give the other bowlers a chance “Shamsi posted this to Twitter.

Afghanistan’s batters had put on a great show with the bat before Nabi’s incredible performance. Batting first, Hazratullah Zazai and Mohammad Shahzad each made fifty-seven runs to help their team reach 189/5.

Afghanistan’s 36-year-old veteran has appeared in 80 T20Is, taking 72 wickets and scoring 1366 runs.

Afghanistan will begin its World Cup 2021 campaign against the top-placed team in Group B on October 25 in Sharjah.

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