Afghanistan cricket team captain Mohammad Nabi death reports from sudden heart attack rejected?

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Afghanistan cricket team captain Mohammad Nabi death reports from sudden heart attack rejected?

KABUL – Afghanistan cricket team captain Mohammad Nabi death reports from sudden heart attack has surfaced.

News regarding the death of Afghan cricketer Mohammad Nabi going viral online has been found totally fake.

According to details, social media users have posted the pictures of all-rounder Nabi expressing grief over his demise, stating that he passed away owing to a heart attack. The post went viral in no time but no formal confirmation was made in this regard.

The news of the passing of Afghani cricketer Mohammed Nabi has not been spoken about by the Afghan Cricket Board in this regard.

A few hours ago some photos were posted on the official cricket account of the Afghan cricket team in which Mohammad Nabi was seen practicing at the Kabul Stadium.

Mohammad Nabi has also been the captain of the Afghanistan and has scored 2699 runs in 121 one-day matches and 14 half-centuries with 128 wickets. He also scored four half-centuries in 72 T20 matches and struck out 69 players.

In addition, Muhammad Nabi has represented various teams in the Pakistan Super League (PSL), Big Bash League, Indian Premier League (IPL), Bangladesh Premier League (BPL), Caribbean Premier League (CPL) and Afghan League.