The Taliban-drove Afghanistan has named Mirwais Ashraf, the previous Afghanistan all-rounder as the acting Chairman of the Afghanistan Cricket Board. Ashraf will supplant the current executive, Azizullah Fazli.
Fazli was involving the post of director for only 2 months. This choice was taken by the Taliban after counsel with the Afghanistan players in Abu Dhabi during the 2021 version of the T20 World Cup.
The Taliban likewise delivered an assertion with respect to the arrangement of Ashraf. “The leader of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan has named Mirwais Ashraf as acting administrator of the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB),” read the assertion delivered by the Taliban.
Afghanistan crashes out of the T20 World Cup in the Super 12 phases
The Afghanistan cricket crew slammed out of the T20 World Cup in the Super 12 phases of the competition. The Mohammad Nabi-drove side completed at fourth spot in the focuses table in Group B, and could just win 2 out of its 5 matches in the Super 12 phases.
Afghanistan posted successes against Scotland and Namibia in the Super 12 phases of the competition. The 2021 T20 World Cup likewise saw Afghanistan veteran cricketer Asghar Afghan declaring his retirement from the game, after over 10 years with the Afghanistan side.
Mirwais Ashraf has included in 46 ODIs and 24 T20Is for the Afghanistan side. While the 33-year-old scored 399 runs in the ODI configuration of the game, Ashraf amassed 126 runs in T20I cricket. The right-arm pacer likewise got 46 wickets in the ODI arrangement of the game, while he scalped 14 willow wielders in T20I cricket.
Mirwais Ashra played his last global counterpart for the Afghanistan side on first October 2016, against the Bangladesh side at the Shere Bangla National Stadium.