In an interview with NDTV, former Afghanistan captain Asghar Afghan spoke about the performance in the Asia Cup, the intensity of the Pakistan-Afghanistan match, and the importance of Mujeeb-Ur-Rahman.
Former skipper Afghan, who holds the record of most T20I wins as captain, announced his decision to retire from all forms of cricket on Saturday night, less than 24 hours after Afghanistan's heartbreaking loss to Pakistan in the previous match.
T20 World Cup: Asghar Afghan bid adieu to cricket in style as he helped Afghanistan to a massive 62-run win against Namibia. As Afghan walked off the pitch for the last time, he received a guard of honour from his teammates.
Senior Afghanistan batter Asghar Afghan will retire from all formats of the game after his side's T20 World Cup Super 12 match against Namibia on Sunday.
Afghanistan Cricket Board on Monday removed Asghar Afghan as skipper of the men's national team, giving the reigns to Hashmatullah Shahidi in Tests and ODIs.
Afghanistan vs Zimbabwe: Afghanistan beat Zimbabwe by 49 runs to complete a 3-0 series sweep as Asghar Afghan became the most successful T20I captain.
Afghanistan vs Zimbabwe: Hashmatullah Shahidi on Thursday scored 200 not out in the second Test and became the first Afghanistan player to score a Test double hundred.
The Afghanistan Cricket Board, in a statement, said that only those who haven't shown any COVID-19 symptoms like fever, have been allowed to join the month-long camp.
According to the ICC, a 22-man Afghanistan squad will take part in a month-long training camp in Kabul.
Afghanistan coach Phil Simmons indicated in a tweet that he will reveal how chief selector Dawlat Ahmadzai's actions affected the team's preparation for World Cup 2019.