Asghar Afghan is an Afghan cricketer who was born on December 12, 1987, in Kabul, Afghanistan. Asghar Afghan’s biography, age, height, physical stats, dating/affairs, family, and career information are all available here. Find out how wealthy He is this year and how He spends his income. Even discover how, at the age of 33, he amassed the bulk of his net worth.
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He was selected to Afghanistan’s squad for the 2019 Cricket World Cup in April 2019. In the ODI series against Scotland the next month, he became Afghanistan’s second cricketer to appear in 100 ODI matches.
Afghan cricketer Mohammad Asghar Afghan, also known as Asghar Salamkhail, is the new captain of the Afghanistan national team. Afghan is a right-handed batsman who also bowls medium-fast. In May 2018, he was appointed Afghanistan’s captain for the country’s first Test match against India. On 14 June 2018, he made his Test debut for Afghanistan against India. The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) replaced him as captain of the Afghanistan team in all three formats in April 2019. However, in December of this year,Asghar Afghan has been re-appointed as the captain of the Afghanistan cricket team in all formats by the ACB. He changed his last name from Stanikzai to Afghan on August 2, 2018.
He had his appendix removed in February 2018, so he missed the start of the 2018 Cricket World Cup Qualifier tournament.
He was named to Kandahar’s squad for the first edition of the Afghanistan Premier League tournament in September 2018. With 264 runs in eight games, he was the tournament’s top run scorer for the Kandahar Knights.
In the 2010 Quadrangular Twenty20 Series in Sri Lanka, Afghan made his Twenty20 International debut against Ireland. Afghan played a single match in Afghanistan’s triumphant 2010 ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier, in the final against Ireland, in February 2010. Afghan was later called to Afghanistan’s World Twenty20 squad in 2010.
Afghan was a core member of Afghanistan’s 2010 ACC Trophy Elite winning team, which beat Nepal in the final in April 2010. Afghan finished the tournament as the third highest run scorer with 253 runs, including a 151-run innings against Bhutan in 83 balls.