Gulbadin Naib hits back at Mohammad Nabi

Veteran all-rounder Mohammad Nabi blamed the sudden change of captaincy behind the poor performance of Afghanistan in the ICC World Cup 2019 where they failed to win a single match.

Gulbadin Naib Hits Back At Mohammad Nabi
Mohammad Nabi. Photo: ACB

Now, former Afghan skipper Gulbadin Naib hit back at Nabi asking him ‘to mind his own business.’

Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) appointed Naib as the skipper of the side ahead of the World Cup. But he landed quite in the non-recipient end as a number of national team cricketers including experienced campaigners Nabi and Rashid expressed their concerns over the selection of the captain.

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Nabi had said, “Before the World Cup we changed the old captain and that was the main thing why we couldn’t play well as a team. That captain never captained in his life.

“That’s why we didn’t do that well in the World Cup, and even though we had good games against India, Pakistan and West Indies, we lost those matches.”

Naib came with the reply posting a cryptic message on twitter hitting back Nabi.

Afghanistan, have made a good start to the T20I tri-series involving Bangladesh and Zimbabwe. They have registered back to back wins against Bangladesh and Zimbabwe in their first two matches.

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