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All-rounder Mohammad Nabi has been a cornerstone in Afghanistan's growth as one of the emerging powerhouses in world cricket. Nabi has seen his country go from minnows on the international stage to being one of the best white-ball teams in world cricket. But after getting his start in first class cricket way back in 2007, the upcoming T20 World Cup 2024 could very much be his last.

3 Reasons why it will be Mohammad Nabi's last T20 World Cup



At the age of 39,  Mohammad Nabi is one of the oldest and most experienced players in the world cricket. Hence the veteran all-rounder could consider retiring from international cricket sooner rather than later to continue playing in franchise around the globe.