Afghanistan - Get more details about the squad
Cricket has been played in Afghanistan since the mid-19th century, but it is only in recent years that the national team has become successful. Afghanistan national cricket team started their story on the rough lane leading to appealing results. It wasn't until the 1990s that cricket really took off in a country that was in persistent chaos. And couple of more decades would be required before Afghanistan cricket would flourish at international level.
Afghanistan was established in 1995, but got a final approval by Taliban in 2000. After many roadblocks, they achieved the ICC full member status in 2017.
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Middle Order Batsman
Mujeeb ur Rahman
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Noor Ali Zadran
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ONE -DAY INTERNATIONALS:
They played their first ODI against Scotland in 2009.
Afghanistan played total of 115 matches where they won 59 out of them.
Afganistan has just entered the test match arena and they have hardly played 2 match overall and secured 1 out of it.
Their first match was against India in 2018.
Head coach Phil Simmons would lead the squad.
Batting would be guided by Umesh Patwal and Charl Langeveldt will teach bowling techniques.
Fielding would be led by John Mooney.
1. ASGHAR AFGHAN
2. RAHMAT SHAH
3. NAJIBULLAH ZADRAN
3. MUJEEB-UR- RAHMAN
there are total of 10 grounds in West Indies namely:
- Ghazi Amanullah International Cricket Stadium in Ghazi Amanullah Town, Jalalabad
- Kandahar International Cricket Stadium, Kandahar
- Kabul National Cricket Stadium, Kabul
- Khost City Stadium, Khost
- Balkh Cricket Stadium, Mazar-i-Sharif
- Sherzai Cricket Stadium, Jalalabad (under construction)
- Kunduz Cricket Stadium, Kunduz
ICC CHAMPIONS TROPHY:
This team hasn’t qualified for this stage yet.
ICC WORLD CUP:
The squad has qualified for 2019 champions trophy for the second time.
Their foremost appearance was in 2015.
T20 WORLD CUP:
Afghanistan is not qualified for T20 international yet.
* The details written above are recorded before 29 May 2019. New stats would be updated soon.
Cricket World Cup Teams 2019