Mohammad Nabi

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Pakistan’s Imad Wasim  is escorted off the field by security officials after the  Cricket World Cup  match against  Afghanistan at Headingley in Leeds. Photograph:  Lindsey Parnaby/AFP/Getty Images

At Headingley: Afghanistan 227-9 (50 ovs) (A Afghan 42, N Zadran 42, R Shah 35; Shaheen Afridi 4-47, W Riaz 2-29, I Wasim 2-48), Pakistan 230-7 (49.4 (...)

Indian bowler Mohammed Shami  celebrates taking the wicket of Aftab Alam of Afghanistan during the  Cricket World Cup match at the Hampshire Bowl in Southampton. Photograph: Alex Davidson/Getty Images

India 224-8 (50 ovs) (V Kohli 67, K Jadhav 52, KL Rahul 30; M Nabi 2-33, G Naib 2-51), Afghanistan 213 (49.5 ovs) (M Nabi 52, R Shah 36; M Shami 4-40,(...)

Eoin Morgan hit a world record 17 sixes as England made 397-6 against Afghanistan. Photograph: Martin Rickett/PA

England 397-6 off 50 overs (E Morgan 148, J Bairstow 90, J Root 88, G Naib 3-68, D Zadran 3-85) beat Afghanistan 247-8 off 50 overs (H Shahidi 76, R S(...)

Afghanistan batsman Rahmat Shah made 72 to help sis side secure a seven-wicket victory over Ireland in the Test match at Dehradun, India.

Captain William Porterfield believes Ireland will have to put their first-innings batting horror shows behind them to stand any chance of success in T(...)

Batting No 11,  Tim Murtagh top-scored for Ireland with an unbeaten 54 against Afghanistan in Dehradun. Photograph:   Charles McQuillan/Getty Images

Test Match (at Dehradun, India) - Day one: Ireland 1st Inns 172 (T Murtagh 54no, G Dockrell 39, P Stirling 26; M Nabi 3-26, Y Ahmadzai 3-41, R Khan 2-(...)

James Cameron-Dow took 3-32 in Ireland’s heavy defeat to Afghanistan. Photograph: Matt Mackey/Inphoy

Afghanistan 223 (49.1 overs; A Afghan 54, M Nabi 64, R Khan 52; J Cameron-Row 3-32) beat Ireland 114 (35.3 overs; K O’Brien 26; A Alam 4-25, R Khan 2-(...)

Afghanistan opening bat  Hazratullah Zazai made 162 not out from 62 balls in the 84-run win over Ireland in Dehradun, India. Photograph: Rowland White/Inpho

Paul Stirling’s highest score in T20 internationals wasn’t enough to deny Afghanistan after they produced a virtuoso display of hitting to win by 84 (...)

George Dockrell top-scored with an unbeaten 34 in Ireland’s Twenty20 international against Afghanistan in Dehradun, India on Thursday. Photograph: Andrew Fosker/Inpho

Afghanistan made it eight straight victories over Ireland in T20 Internationals with a five-wicket win in the first of three games in the northern Ind(...)

Afghanistan players celebrate during their series win over Ireland at Stormont. Photo: Rowland White /Inpho

Afghanistan beat Ireland by eight wickets in the final one-day international at Stormont on Friday to win the series 2-1. The hosts batted first, for(...)

Ireland batsman Andrew Balbirnie is in line to play against Afghanistan in the Intercontinental Cup clash in India. Photograph: Barry Chambers/Inpho

Ireland’s cricketers face a gruelling test of both their cricketing ability and physical endurance over the next four days in India as they take on Af(...)

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