Cricket Analysis

10 stars who might be playing their last T20 World Cup in 2024

Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma might quit playing T20Is post the T20I World Cup.

5. Mohammad Nabi

Mohammad Nabi
Mohammad Nabi. (Image Credits: Twitter)

Afghanistan International Mohammad Nabi is one of the players who is most likely to play his last T20 World Cup. He has been a spectacular contributor to Afghanistan cricket team with a bat and ball proving to be a real case for himself as one of the vital all-rounders.

He was last seen playing for Mumbai Indians in the recently concluded Indian Premier League. Nabi has played 121 T20Is. Overall, he has scored 2109 runs at a strike rate of 138.8 laced with six fifties.

The 39-year-old cricketer has been effective with the ball, accounting for 93 dismissals to his name. He has bagged 2 four-wicket hauls and maintained an economy of 7.35.

6. Trent Boult

Trent Boult
Trent Boult

New Zealand fast bowler Trent Boult is one of the players who might be playing his last T20 World Cup. The left arm paceman has been a nightmare to most of the batters especially in the power play overs. When batters tend to take calculative risks to play shots, not many succeed

He is known for his impeccable ability to swing the ball both ways making it quite tough for the batters to counter his deliveries. Trent Boult’s bowling prowess has been quite essential to New Zealand’s success in the T20 format without the shadow of a doubt.

Most of the world class batters found it literally tough to go against him. Having played 57 T20Is for New Zealand, he has bagged a total of 74 wickets at an economy of 7.98 including 2 four-wicket hauls.

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