Mohammed Nabi goes viral on social media after a humorous reply on English | Cricket captain scared of reporter’s question, know why suddenly the fear of ending ‘English’ started haunting



Digital Desk, Abu Dhabi. Speaking English has always been a headache for the cricket players of Asian countries. It doesn’t matter when an Asia island player is going viral for speaking English. The latest case has come from the Afghanistan camp, where their captain Mohammad Nabi made a funny comment about answering in English.

He himself admitted that answering in English is the most difficult task. In fact, during a pre-match press conference in the T20 World Cup, many English journalists were sitting in front of him. Seeing them, the prophet was shocked and said on the mic itself, ‘This is the most difficult thing, swearing!’ He further asked the moderator, ‘How many questions are there?’ On getting a reply from the moderator, the prophet said, ‘My English will be finished in 5 minutes, brother!’

This video of the prophet is making a splash on social media

This video of Mohammad Nabi is becoming fiercely viral on social media. Many memes are also being made on this video. This video is getting thousands of views on different social media platforms and this video is being shared fast. People are also praising the prophet.

Cricketers have become victims of criticism for not speaking English

The good thing this time is that fans are taking it in a light mood, otherwise people used to roast players who did not speak English before. In the past also players from Pakistan and India have become victims of this. Former Pakistan captain Sarfaraz Khan, Umran Akmal, Inzamam-ul-Haq, etc. are one of those names.

Afghan team has started its campaign vigorously

The captain’s team, who do not speak in English, have started their World Cup journey with a bang. Afghanistan beat Scotland by a huge margin of 130 runs. Batting first, Afghanistan set a target of 191 runs in front of Scotland. In reply, Scotland were bundled out for 60 runs in the 11th over, where Mujeeb-ur-Rahman took five and Rashid Khan took four wickets. Now Afghanistan’s next match is to be with Pakistan on 29 October.





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