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Top Three Greatest bowlers of Alokozay - Ahmad Shah Abdali 4-Day Tournament 2016/17

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Cricket is said to be a batsman’s game. Bowling is not an easy task as the rules of the game favor the batsman more than the bowler and hence is always dominated by batsmen.

There are some bowlers with extraordinary talent who gave a torrid time to the batsmen during Alokozay – Ahmad Shah Abdali (Alokozay-ASA) 4-Day Tournament 2016-17.

There are lots of very Famous, finest fast and slow bowlers in Afghanistan Cricket, who made their names by their great bowling. Here we going to make the list of Top 3 Greatest Bowlers of Alokozay – ASA Tournament.

01. Fazal Niazai

Fazal Niazai is a right arm medium fast bowler who played for Mis-E-Ainak and first-class debut - Afghanistan Vs Kenya at ICCA Dubai, October 6 - 8, 2013. 

He also had a good hand in batting and a good all-rounder, Fazal Niazai is considered one of the best ever bowlers playing in domestic and International events. Allrounder Fazal Niazai has been rewarded with a call-up to the ODI team after recent consistent performances in cricket.

He was a street smart bowler, Accuracy and sharp swing being his greatest strength. He has claimed 53 wickets in Alokozay-ASA 4 Day Tournament at a very impressive average. Fazal Niazai occupies the number first position in the list of top 3 greatest bowlers of Alokozay-ASA Tournament 2016-17.

02. Zamir Khan

Zamir Khan is an Afghan cricketer. Mr. Khan is a left-handed batsman who bowls slow left-arm orthodox. Khan was a member of Afghanistan's Cricket squad for the 2011 ACC Twenty20 Cup in Nepal. He made his debut for Afghanistan against Oman. He performed five times during the tournament, including in the final against Hong Kong, which Afghanistan won.

Mr. Khan has the best strike rate; he took over 48 wickets in the Alokozay- Ahmad Shah Abdali 4-Day Tournament 2016-17. Mr. Khan the 2nd most wicket taker in Alokozay - Ahmad Shah Abdali 4-Day Tournament 2016-17. Spenghar Region's Zamir Khan finished the ASA tournament with a bowling average of 22.22.

03. Sharafuddin Ashraf

Sharafuddin Ashraf is a left-arm spinner with a knack for taking vital top-order wickets. He was part of the Afghanistan under-19 side that beat Australia and Sri Lanka at the 2014 Youth World Cup and was rewarded with a place in the squad to tour Zimbabwe. He made his One Day International debut for Afghanistan against Zimbabwe in July 2014.

Afghanistan National Team player Sharafuddin Ashraf moves up to 3rd in the Alokozay - Ahmad Shah Abdali Tournament 4-Day Bowling Rankings.
 Mr. Ashraf. He took 45 wickets in just 9 matches in Alokozay – ASA Tournament, 2016-17 and still going. who knows he will be at the top position after completion of his career.



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