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Afghan Bid farewell to Asghar Afghan: Afghan will retire from the international cricket on today. He scored 31 of 23 on his last match against Namibia. Emotional Afghan Asghar say that he can’t explain the reason but it will give a chance for more youngsters to come forward and play for the Nation, expresses gratitude’s for his services to the country.”

Asghar Afghan receives guard of honour in last T20I, Asghar Afghan, the most successful T20I captain, had announced his decision to retire after Afghanistan’s match against Namibia here in Abu Dhabi.

Afghanistan batter Asghar Afghan will retire from all formats of the game after his Afghan’s T20 World Cup Super 12 match against Namibia. The Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) announced that the 33-year-old former captain’s retirement on its Twitter handle on Saturday. “Afghanistan’s ex captain Asghar Afghan who holds the highest winning streak as a captain in T20 internationals surpassing Indian legend MS Dhoni by one extra win, decides to bid farewell with all formats of cricket in Afghanistan’s third match against Namibia at @T20WorldCup,” the ACB said.

“@ACBofficials welcomes and respects his decision, expresses gratitudes for his services to the country. It will take a lot of hard work for young Afghan cricketers to fill his shoes,” said ACB in another tweet.

Batter has played in six Tests, 114 ODIs and 74 T20Is after making debut in 2009. He has scored 440 runs at an average of 44.00 in Tests, 2424 runs in ODIs at an average of 24.73 and 1351 runs in T20Is at an average of 21.79.

One of the senior most player who contributed for Afghanistan cricket since 2009, currently retired from this match. Afghan receives guard of honour in last T20I from the entire team with emotional farewell,

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