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Rashid Khan returns to Kabul with warm welcome after 4 years

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Fidel Rahmati
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Fidai Rahmati is the editor and content writer for Khaama Press. You may follow him at Twitter @FidelRahmati

The Afghanistan Cricket Board has announced Rashid Khan’s return to Kabul after four years. Khan is the captain of the national cricket team and a prominent world-class bowler.

Officials of the Afghanistan Cricket Board reported his return to Afghanistan on Saturday, May 18th. Rashid Khan could not travel to the country in recent years due to his busy schedule and participation in various cricket tournaments.

He arrived in Kabul this morning and was warmly welcomed at Kabul International Airport by the Chairman of the Afghanistan Cricket Board and several players.

It is planned that he will travel to West Indies in the coming days for the venue of the 2024 ICC T20 World Cup matches. This comes as Rashid Khan ended his stint with the Gujarat team and returned to the country.

The Afghanistan national cricket team departed for the West Indies on Thursday, May 16th, to participate in the ICC T20 World Cup. According to reports, the national team will compete against Uganda in their first official match on June 3rd, followed by matches against New Zealand, Namibia, and the West Indies.

It is worth mentioning that the ICC T20 Cricket World Cup will be held among 20 countries competing against each other in four groups.

Rashid Khan is one of the world’s most successful cricket players, holding the top in the list of bowlers in the T20 Cricket World Cup.

He was born in 1998 in Nangarhar province, located in eastern Afghanistan, earning himself the title of the youngest professional cricket player in the world in the Guinness World Records.

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