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“English Khatam Ho Jayegi,” Afghanistan captain Mohammad Nabi hesitates ahead of T20 World Cup press conference

Mohammad Nabi is the captain of Afghanistan in the T20 World Cup.© AFP

Addressing the media in press conferences is one of the duties that an international cricket team captain must perform as part of one’s role. Afghanistan cricket team Captain Mohammad Nabi may not be the biggest fan of media duties. A hilarious recording of him talking to an unidentified person before a press conference at the sequel T20 World Cup went viral on social media. In the video, Nabi can be heard saying that addressing the media is “the most difficult thing”. He goes on to remark, hilariously, that within five minutes he will no longer have the ability to speak English.

Sabse mushkil comb hai bhai yeh, kasam se, “can be heard Nabi telling another person in the video. (” That’s the hardest thing bro, I swear. “)

Kitne questions hai? “Nabi then asks the other person, presumably a media manager. (” How many questions are there? “)

5 minutes mein meri Engels khatam ho jayegi bhai, “Nabi then adds. (” In five minutes my English is over. “)

The video was widely shared by cricket fans from the sub-continent.

The 36-year-old Afghan captain speaks fluent Urdu, having grown up in Pakistan’s Peshawar, where he grew up after his family fled Afghanistan in the 1980s during the years of Soviet military intervention.


Nabi has also played in the Indian Premier League (IPL) since 2017, which may have helped him hone his Hindu skills further.

Afghanistan started their T20 World Cup campaign on Monday with a knockout victory of 130 runs over the minnows Scotland. They will face Pakistan next on October 29.

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