Cricket has created a huge influence on people of all ages, particularly in Asia. There are three batsmen in the domestic cricket of Afghanistan who are recognized in cricket history due to their great Performances. We are going to make the list of Top 3 Greatest Batsmen of Alokozay – ASA 4-Day Tournament.
Here we are going to compile a list of greatest batsmen of Alokozay – Ahmad Shah Abdali 4-Day Tournament 2016– 17.
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Top 10 Greatest Batsmen
Nasir Jamal, 22 entered the Afghanistan One Day International team as a 20-year-old in July 2014 when he lined up against Zimbabwe at Bulawayo. Batting in the middle order, Jamal played two matches during that series, notching scores of 28 and 39. Jamal represented Afghanistan at two Youth World Cups, skippering one of the campaigns, before making his ODI debut in the drawn series against Zimbabwe in July 2014.
Jamal was then included in the Afghanistan squad for the September tour of Australia and New Zealand, where he played five matches.
Afghan batsman Nasir Jamal is one of the brightest fresh prospects in the game today, and it should only be a matter of time before Jamal goes on to etch his name among the greats of Afghan cricket.
Nasir Jamal finishes on top at the end of the Alokozay - Ahmad Shah Abdali 4-Day Tournament 2016-17, he scored 1,184 runs at an average of 84.57 and this is Jamal’s memorable numbers in Alokozay – ASA 4-Day tournament.
Shahidullah 17, proved one of the best striker and second highest scorer in the Alokozay – Ahmad Shah Abdali 4-Day Tournament. At the age of 12, he started cricket and today is one of the best-emerging players in Afghanistan.
Shahid Ullah has had a year to remember, and he's up into the top 2 batsmen in the #Alokozay - Ahmad Shah Abdali Tournament 4-Day Player Rankings!
Shahidullah left-handed batsman and always strives to mark best in any tournament. For him playing along with the national player as no more than an excitement. “I share the dressing room with the players from Kandahar, Jalalabad, Kabul, Kunduz and Khost and have learned a lot from that. I cannot tell you how amazing that was and I still feel proud that I was part of such a tournament. I wanted to take part in the international cricket as well”, said Shahidullah.
He has scored 1,065 runs from eleven (11) 4-day at an average 62.64, after bursting onto the scene with a double century against Spenghar at Kabul and is nicely poised to add a lot more to his tally in the years to come.
Munir Ahmad, 20 has Topped the List of Greatest Batsmen as the third best batsmen in the Alokozay – Ahmad Shah Abdali 4-Day Tournament after Shahidullah. In Modern Cricket Munir Ahmad is the intensifying star, both Formats, 4-Day and ODIs.
He has been in outstanding form for Boost in the Alokozay – Ahmad Shah Abdali 4-Day Tournament, 2016-17 having racked up 972 including four 50s and three 100 – at an average of 57.17 and a sparkling strike-rate of 52.39.