Cricket News: Mohammad Nabi’s amusing remarks following Afghanistan’s crushing victory over Scotland have gone viral on social media

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Cricket News: Afghanistan began their T20 World Cup 2021 campaign in an emphatic fashion, completely outplaying Scotland in all departments in Sharjah on Monday. They batted first and achieved a massive total of 190/5 in 20 overs, which was always going to be a difficult goal for the opponents. However, few could have expected the sequence of events in the second half of the competition.

Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Rashid Khan wreaked havoc as Scotland was bowled out for 60, earning Afghanistan a massive 130-run victory in their first encounter of the major event. There were certain to be a lot of questions for their skipper after their outstanding performance, but Mohammad Nabi didn’t seem too excited about it.

Sabse mushkil kaam hai bhai yeh: Mohammad Nabi

It is no secret that many players throughout the world dislike speaking with the media. The Afghanistan skipper appeared to be quite honest ahead of the post-match news conference on Monday, saying, “Sabse mushkil kaam hai bhai yeh (This is the most difficult task to accomplish)” before settling down.

The events that followed only provided a taste of what transpires behind the scenes prior to any media involvement. Nabi inquired, “Kitne questions hain?” (How many questions are there?) as he likely hoped for the session to end as soon as possible.

He went on to taunt himself a few moments later, saying, “5 minutes mei meri English khatam ho jayegi bhai (My English will be done in 5 minutes),” putting all of the video’s viewers in splits. Mohammad Nabi was clearly frank and honest, which was something that viewers appreciated about the entire film.

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Although Nabi was able to address all of the questions on Monday, he will need to be prepared for a slew of press conferences in the following weeks, especially if Afghanistan maintains their stellar form throughout the tournament. Following a successful start to their campaign, the Afghans will now meet Pakistan in a much-anticipated match in Dubai on October 29.

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