Mohammad Nabi

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Mohammad Nabi (Pashto: محمد نبي‎; born 1 January 1985) is an Afghan cricketer who has captained the side in limited overs matches. Nabi is an all-rounder, playing as a right-handed batsman and off break bowler. He played a major role in Afghanistan's rise to the top level of international cricket, playing in both their first One Day International in April 2009 and their first Test match in June 2018. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Mohammad Nabi has received more than 507,582 page views. His biography is available in 16 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Mohammad Nabi is the 56th most popular cricketer (down from 43rd in 2019), the 107th most popular biography from Afghanistan (down from 88th in 2019) and the most popular Afghan Cricketer.

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Among cricketers, Mohammad Nabi ranks 56 out of 67Before him are Steve Smith, Hardik Pandya, Dinesh Karthik, Mohammed Shami, Anjum Chopra, and Michael Clarke. After him are David Warner, Jasprit Bumrah, K. L. Rahul, Ambati Rayudu, Dale Steyn, and Mitchell Starc.

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Among people born in 1985, Mohammad Nabi ranks 1,325Before him are Koji Inada, Ryota Miki, Treat Huey, Sonal Chauhan, Masahiko Sawaguchi, and Shuto Tanaka. After him are Tsuyoshi Hakkaku, Luke Chambers, Brad Evans, Kota Sugawara, Takeshi Handa, and Xavier Carter.

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In Afghanistan

Among people born in Afghanistan, Mohammad Nabi ranks 107 out of 108Before him are Nadia Nadim (1988), Sonita Alizadeh (1996), Niloofar Rahmani (1992), Zohib Islam Amiri (1990), Faysal Shayesteh (1991), and Fatima Bhutto (1982). After him are Islam Bibi (1974).

Among CRICKETERS In Afghanistan

Among cricketers born in Afghanistan, Mohammad Nabi ranks 1

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