Young Afghan Cricketer Announces ODI Retirement Post CWC23

Shocking! Young Afghan Star Bids Farewell to ODI After CWC23

Young Afghan cricketer, Naveen ul Haq, who recently made an unexpected comeback to Afghanistan’s ODI squad for the World Cup, has revealed his plans to retire from the fifty-overs format post the tournament in India. The announcement was made public via his social media platforms.

Remarkable Comeback After Two-Year Hiatus

Despite a two-year hiatus from the format, Naveen made a remarkable return to Afghanistan’s World Cup squad. The talented cricketer is still in his prime, being just 24 years old.

Impressive Career Despite Limited ODI Appearances

Although Naveen has only participated in seven ODIs, he has established himself as a crucial part of the T20I setup since his international debut in 2016. His role as a pace bowler has been instrumental in the team’s performance.

Strong Afghan Squad for the World Cup

Afghanistan has put together a formidable squad for the prestigious tournament in India, with Naveen’s return being a significant highlight. The team’s pace attack is further strengthened by the inclusion of Fazalhaq Farooqi, Abdul Rahman, and Omarzai, making them a force to reckon with as they head to the World Cup.