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Nabi remains top wicket taker in the world as T20 World Cup ends

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Khaama Press
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Mohammad Nabi

The former Afghan skipper Mohammad Nabi remained the top wicket taker in the world as the ICC World Twenty20 concludes with the championship of West Indies.

Nabi remained on top of the list in ‘Most Wickets’ table of the International Cricket Council (ICC) by taking 12 wickets.

The off beak Afghan bowler who is also a right-handed batsman has taken the most wickets in the tournament by playing in 7 matches.

According to ICC, Nabi has a BBI (Best Bowling in an Inning) of 4/12 with an average of 13.66 and economy rate of 6.07 and Strike Rate of 13.50.

The second position in the ‘Most Wickets’ table is secured by a player from Afghanistan Rashid Khan who has taken 11 wickets in 7 matches.

The Afghan team had an impressive performance in the T20 World Cup which was not only warmly welcomed by the Afghan fans but the spectators internationally hailed the performance as extraordinary.

As expected the Afghan team also recorded an upset to one of the international teams during its performance in Super 10 of the tournament.

Surprisingly, Afghanistan defeated the champions of the tournament, West Indies, during its last match in Super 10 and a match before West Indies defeated India to enter the final of the World Cup.

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