Taliban ke kabze ke baad kaha hain Afghanistani cricketers| Where are Afghanistan cricketers Rashid Khan Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Mohammad Nabi after Taliban captured all the cricket stadiums| Afghanistan Taliban Crisis| Afghanistan cricket team|
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- Afghanistan-Taliban crisis
- Taliban capture cricket stadium
- Afghan team also has to play series with Pakistan
The Taliban have completely occupied Afghanistan. The Taliban recently took control of the capital, Kabul, after capturing other provinces in the country. The situation has become uncontrollable since the Taliban took over and President Ashraf Ghani has left the country. In such a situation, a major humanitarian crisis has arisen in Afghanistan and clouds of uncertainty are hovering over the future of the country. At the same time, there is a possibility of difficulties arising regarding sports.
Taliban capture cricket stadium
The Taliban have also captured the entire cricket stadium, after which there is confusion over the facilities available to the players. The T20 World Cup is to be played in the UAE in October-November this year, for which the Afghanistan team has qualified. However, the situation is still unclear whether the team will play in the World Cup after the Taliban took power. In fact, the Taliban has been considered anti-sports.
Know where are the Afghan players
After the capture of Taliban, there is a question in the mind of cricket fans that where are the Afghan cricketers at present? Let us tell you that there is clear information about only three Afghan players. These cricketers are star spinner Rashid Khan, all-rounder Mohammad Nabi and spinner Mujeeb-ur-Rahman. All three are currently playing in England’s ‘The Hundred’ league. All three will remain here till the end of the league. Rashid, Nabi and Mujeeb play for Sunrisers Hyderabad in the IPL. All three play in different leagues in the world, due to which they have to spend more time outside the country.
afghan team vs pakistan t20 series
Afghanistan also has to play a three-match T20 series with Pakistan from next month. Earlier this series was to be played in UAE, but then it was shifted to Sri Lanka. After the arrival of the Taliban, the clouds of crisis have started hovering over this series as well. The Sri Lanka Cricket Board is unable to guarantee whether the T20 series between Afghanistan and Pakistan will start from September 1. It is noteworthy that Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) CEO Hamid Shinwari had said that cricket will not suffer after the political change, as the Taliban ‘likes’ the game and supports it.
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