Forever after, this World Cup will remain in my memory, Naveen ul Haq said

Forever after, this World Cup will remain in my memory, Naveen ul Haq said. On Monday, Afghan spinner Noor Ahamd made his World Cup debut with a brilliant three for forty-nine. He acknowledged that he is very close to all-rounder Mohammad Nabi and that the spinners Rashid Khan and Mujeeb Ur Rahman have been offering him helpful advice, but he also acknowledged that it is difficult to gain a chance in the playing XI.

Naveen-ul-Haq, an Afghanistan fast bowler, will always be reminded of the World Cup because of his team’s incredible performance, but he won’t change his mind about retiring from the One-Day format after the conclusion of the competition. Afghanistan’s victory over the reigning champions, England, last week caused a stir, and on Monday the team from the war-torn country went above and beyond expectations.

Last month, the 24-year-old Naveen shocked everyone by announcing that he would be leaving the ODIs after the World Cup in India.He made the choice to continue playing Twenty20.

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Given the significant impact Afghanistan’s performance has had, he was questioned if he would reconsider his retirement decision. In no way. That’s my ultimate choice at this point. Fortunately, I will never forget this World Cup,” Naveen-ul-Haq said to media following Afghanistan’s historic triumph over Pakistan.

Naveen gave his people back home a triumph. “For the people of our nation back home, it does hold great significance. Everybody knows what’s going on back home. A few days ago, there was an earthquake as well.

“Without cricket, happiness in the nation is scarce. So, at least we made them happy for a little while tonight. As the tournament progresses, each game and every two points matter. For us, the victory on Monday night is really significant.” Naveen acknowledged that there are still areas they need to work on, primarily the leakage of runs in the last ten overs of the innings, when Pakistan scored 101 runs.

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