One of the most recognized faces in Afghanistan’s cricketing fraternity, Mohammad Nabi has been a part of the international circuit for eight years. Nabi made his international debut in an ODI against Scotland in April 2009 scoring a swift 58. By doing so, he became the first Afghan cricketer to score a half century on debut. He has gone on to represent Afghanistan in over 140 international matches and currently stands as the most capped player in their history.
Nabi has been drafted for the first time in the CPL by the St Kitts and Nevis Patriots. Nabi also burst into the limelight when he along with fellow countryman Rashid Khan became the first two players from Afghanistan to feature in the Indian Premier League in 2017.