Afghanistan team has continued to rise in the cricketing world as the blue team recently registered their first ever away Test win after taking down Bangladesh in their backyard. The remarkable victory helped Afghanistan to give a befitting farewell to their veteran Mohammad Nabi who decided to quit red-ball cricket.
Nevertheless, the talismanic all-rounder is immensely proud of the way his unit is making progress in the longest format of the game. Looking back at Afghanistan’s journey of becoming a Test-playing nation, Nabi revealed that he and all the others worked really hard to get to this point. It is important to note that Afghanistan are now the joint quickest team with Australia to register their second Test victory in just their third game.
The 34-year old was delighted to see the youngsters responding well in tough situations as he considered it a welcoming sign for the future of Afghanistan cricket. Moreover, Nabi backed his team to continue doing well in their future assignments, particularly in the longest format of the game.