Mohammad Nabi Reaches 3000 ODI Runs Milestone

Mohammad Nabi

In a thrilling encounter between Afghanistan and Sri Lanka in the 3rd ODI, Mohammad Nabi etched his name in the record books by surpassing the 3000-run mark in One Day Internationals. The experienced all-rounder played a crucial role contributing 23 runs to the scoreboard. However, his team lost the game by 9 wickets.

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Having made his ODI debut back in 2009, Nabi’s journey to 3000 runs has been an arduous one. Through sheer dedication and hard work, he has steadily accumulated runs over the years, proving to be a vital asset for his team. 

Mohammad Nabi ODI Stats:

  • Nabi has played 139 matches.
  • He has amassed 3020 runs in 124 innings.
  • His highest score is 116 runs.
  • He has 1 century and 15 half-centuries to his name.

The 38-year-old’s highest ODI score of 116 runs, achieved against Ireland in 2019, stands as a testament to his ability to perform under pressure. Nabi has repeatedly exhibited his batting prowess, playing crucial innings when his team needed it the most.

Nabi’s milestone comes as a moment of celebration not only for himself but also for the entire cricket fraternity in Afghanistan. His achievement serves as an inspiration to aspiring young cricketers, demonstrating what can be accomplished through perseverance and commitment.

With his all-round abilities, Nabi has established himself as a key figure in the Afghan cricket team. His contributions extend beyond batting, as he has proven to be a reliable bowler and a brilliant fielder. His versatile skills make him an indispensable asset for his side in all formats of the game.

The accomplishment of scoring 3000 runs in ODI cricket is a testament to Nabi’s consistency and longevity in the international arena. It reflects his ability to adapt to different situations and perform consistently against formidable opponents.

As Mohammad Nabi adds another feather to his cap, it is worth acknowledging his contribution to the growth of cricket in Afghanistan. His dedication, skill, and leadership qualities make him an icon for aspiring cricketers, who can learn valuable lessons from his journey.