Mohammad Nabi, the all-rounder of Afghanistan, is one of the most sought after products of the white-ball cricket. With an experience of 238 T20s, the veteran cricketer is particularly in high demand when it comes to the franchise-based 20-over cricket across the globe.
Now, the 34-year old cricketer is set to swell his experience by featuring in the next edition of the highly celebrated Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), commencing from December 11 with a game between Chattogram and Sylhet.
For this competition, the Afghan prodigious player has been appointed as the leader of the Rangpur Rangers. This will be the first instance of him captaining a team in the BPL.
Moreover, Rangpur is also in talks with Pakistani opening batsman Ahmed Shehzad as West Indian wicket-keeper batsman Shai Hope has given his unavailability for the competition. Carrying sturdy cricketers like Mustafizur Rahman, Taskin Ahmed, Cameron Delport and Arafat Sunny, the Logar born is confident to do well and help his team win the coveted title.