International Cricket Council has warned Afghanistan all-rounder Mohammad Nabi and fast bowler Dawlat Zadran following their misconduct in the recently concluded Intercontinental Cup clash against Ireland in Greater Noida.
Afghanistan all-rounder Mohammad Nabi has been handed an official reprimand from the International Cricket Council for breaching the code of conduct during the fourth One-Day International against Ireland in Belfast.
For scoring 233 runs in just three games of the ICC World Twenty20 tournament and being the cornerstone for Bangladesh's qualification to the Super 10 stage, Tamim Iqbal is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
Mohammad Nabi's four-wicket haul restricted Hong Kong to 116 for six following which Afghanistan chased the target down in 18 overs to secure a six-wicket win in the sixth match of the first round in Group B in the ICC World Twenty20 in Nagpur and climbed to the top of Group B.
When Afghanistan and Ireland meet in the final of the ICC Intercontinental Cup this week plenty is at stake. Ireland are chasing a hat-trick of tournament wins this year while Afghanistan are the reigning champions and yet to be beaten in this format.