Rashid Khan led from the front as Afghanistan scored a big Test win over Bangladesh at Chattogram on Monday.
After the match, Afghanistan players made the moment special for Mohammad Nabi by giving him Guard of Honour near the sidelines.
Afghanistan won the one-off Test against Bangladesh by 224 runs.
Afghanistan are four wickets away from a historic win after rain led to early stumps on Day four.
Afghanistan lead Bangladesh by 374 runs at stumps on Day three as they took command in the one-off Test against in Chittagong on Saturday.
Bangladesh posted 194 for eight at stumps on Day 2 as Rashid Khan starred for Afghanistan with an all-round performance.
Rahmat Shah's maiden Test century help Afghanistan post 271/5 at stumps on Day 1.
The tri-series kick-starts on September 13 with a game between Bangladesh and Zimbabwe at Shere Bangla National Stadium, Dhaka.
Russell Domingo will have compatriots Charl Langeveldt and Neil McKenzie among his support staff.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) suspended Zimbabwe in July over a failure to keep the sport free from government interference, putting the country's participation in multi-nation events in doubt.
Kusal Mendis was taking a prize motorcycle for a spin around the R Premadasa Stadium in Colombo and lost balance and fell off.
Former captain Angelo Mathews led Sri Lanka with 87 off 90 balls, guiding the side to 294-8 before Dasun Shanaka backed his 30 off 14 with three wickets for 27 runs to complete the rout.
Sri Lanka Cricket said in a statement on Monday it would invite Nuwan Kulasekara to witness the game at the R. Premadasa Stadium, and arrange a ceremony to honour him.
Avishka Fernando hit a quick-fire half-century as Sri Lanka eased to a seven-wicket win over Bangladesh in the second one-day international to seal the three-match series.
Daniel Vettori, New Zealand's record wicket-taker, will work for 100 days leading up to next year's World Twenty20 in Australia starting with November's tour of India.
Lasith Malinga shone in his farewell match after Kusal Perera struck a quick-fire century as Sri Lanka crushed Bangladesh by 91 runs.
Lasith Malinga finished his ODI career on a high as Sri Lanka defeated Bangladesh by 91 runs in the first game of the 3-match series.