Mohammad Nabi

Club: Sunrisers Hyderabad
Position: All-rounder
Nationality: Afghan
Age: 01.01.1985 (39)
Batting style: Right-handed
Bowling style: Right-arm off break
Wife: Married
Height: 175 cm (5 feet 9 inches)
Weight: 82 Kg (181 lbs)
Team: Pakistan Customs 2007/08–2009/10
Team: Mohammedan Sporting Club 2013/14–2014/15
Team: Sylhet Royals 2013
Team: Rangpur Riders 2015
Team: Chittagong Vikings 2016
Team: Comilla Victorians 2017
Team: Quetta Gladiators 2016
Team: SRH 2017–present
Team: St Kitts and Nevis Patriots 2017
Team: Mis Ainak Knights 2017
Team: Melbourne Renegades 2017/18–present
Team: Leicestershire 2018
Team: Balkh Legends 2018
Team: Kent 2019
Team: St Lucia Zouks 2020
Team: Karachi Kings 2021

Season Team League
2007/08–2009/10 Pakistan Customs
2013/14–2014/15 Mohammedan Sporting Club
2013 Sylhet Royals
2015 Rangpur Riders
2016 Chittagong Vikings
2017 Comilla Victorians
2016 Quetta Gladiators
2017–present Sunrisers Hyderabad
2017 St Kitts and Nevis Patriots
2017 Mis Ainak Knights
2017/18–present Melbourne Renegades
2018 Leicestershire
2018 Balkh Legends
2019 Kent
2020 St Lucia Zouks
2021 Karachi Kings

Mohammad Nabi is an Afghan cricketer and team captain in limited overs matches. Nabi is an all-rounder who plays as a right-arm batsman. Bowling style is right-arm off break.

He was born on January 1, 1985 in Logar, Afghanistan, but his family moved to Peshawar in Pakistan because of the Soviet-Afghan war. Nabi’s family moved back to Afghanistan only in 2000. Mohammad started playing cricket in Peshawar when he was 10 years old. Mohammad made his first competitive match in 2003, when he played for the Afghanistan team against the Rahim Yar Khan Cricket Association. Afghanistan’s team was poor, but Nabi finished first on the team with 61 runs.

He has been influential in taking Afghanistan to the top level of international cricket, playing in their first one-day international match in April 2009 as well as their first Test match in June 2018. He was team captain during their first appearances at the 2014 Asia Cup and the 2015 Cricket World Cup. Nabi has also participated in numerous 2020 tournaments and was the first player from Afghanistan to be selected for the Indian Premier League.