Turmoil in Afganistan- Threat to HomeCountry Cricket Squad !
With an eye on the current unrest in Afghanistan, where the Taliban have taken control, questions have been raised in whether their cricket crew will keep on playing or will they be prepared to take an interest in the impending T20 World Cup. Taliban seizure has influenced Afghanistan, socially, yet it is additionally an enormous misfortune to the donning desires of the country, which has gained noteworthy headway at the worldwide field over the most recent couple of years, nonetheless, presently the cricket crew gazes at a muddled future.
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The International Cricket Council (ICC) is also taking a close look at the situation in Afghanistan and tracking the potential changes in Afghanistan’s women’s cricket.
The Afghanistan cricket team’s media manager Hikmat Hassan said there is no doubt with regards to participating in the T20 World Cup and the board is also keen to go ahead with a tri-series involving Australia and West Indies to help in preparations for the showpiece event.
The ICC has an arrangement that a full individual from the board ought to have a people’s group and not having a ladies’ group could cost Afghanistan the full participation that they achieved in 2017.
Nonetheless, Afghanistan Cricket Board’s Shafiqullah Stanikzai is idealistic about the development of cricket.
“Cricket in Afghanistan started from displaced person camps and we have made considerable progress. With extremely restricted assets, we climbed our direction up to full participation. I seek divine intervention that that cricket in Afghanistan keeps on developing. As far as we might be concerned, it is past a game, a game. Cricket has given us a personality making the picture of Afghans all throughout the planet idealistic. Through cricket, we persuaded the worldwide local area to put resources into our ability and in Afghan youth. I trust this proceeds,” Stanikzai said.
Latest Update : Accompanied by ex-cricketer Abdullah Mazari, Taliban arrive at Afghanistan Cricket Board headquarters in Kabul.
Shinwari had claimed that members of the Afghanistan national cricket team and their families are safe after the Taliban took over the reins of the Asian country. “Taliban loves cricket. They have supported us since the beginning. They did not interfere in our activities,” Shinwari was quoted as saying by the news agency PTI.
Notwithstanding, vulnerability is as yet posing a potential threat around the fate of Afghanistan cricket and the country’s headliners after the Taliban held onto power in Afghanistan. Any semblance of Rashid Khan and Mohammed Nabi are planned to highlight in the rest of the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).
The Rashid-drove Afghanistan public group will likewise include in the ICC T20 World Cup 2021 after the finish of the IPL 14. Rashid and Nabi are at present in the United Kingdom for the activity stuffed The Hundred competition.