Najeeb Tarakai, the Afghanistan batsman who was severely injured in a automobile accident on October 2 and had subsequently undergone surgical procedure had handed away on sixth October.
He performed 12 T20Is and one ODI for Afghanistan and was Afghanistan’s top-order batsman. He died on the ripe age of 29.
Najeeb Tarakai Dies At 29 After Deadly Street Accident
Najeeb Tarakai, the Afghanistan right-handed batsman has died on the age of 29 after succumbing to accidents sustained in a street accident. On 2 October 2020, he sustained a extreme head harm after being hit by a automobile whereas crossing a street in Jalalabad. He was taken to a close-by hospital in Nangarhar the place he subsequently underwent surgical procedure whereas being in a coma. He died 4 days afterward 6 October 2020 as his demise was being confirmed by the Afghanistan Cricket Board.
“ACB and Afghanistan Cricket Loving Nation mourns the heartbreaking & grievous lack of its aggressive opening batsman & a really high quality human being Najeeb Tarakai (29) who misplaced his life to tragic site visitors accident leaving us all shocked,” the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) tweeted on Tuesday.
He made his debut in opposition to Bangladesh within the 2014 ICC World Twenty20 match. On 10 March 2017 in opposition to Eire, Najeeb Tarakai scored 90 runs throughout the second T20I at Better Noida. His match-winning efficiency introduced him his maiden man of the match award. He made his One Day Worldwide (ODI) debut for Afghanistan in opposition to Eire on the Better Noida Sports activities Complicated Floor on 24 March 2017.
Najeeb Tarakai Had Featured In 12 T20Is and 1 ODI For Afghanistan
He was severely injured in a automobile accident on October 2 and he had subsequently undergone surgical procedure. He was being handled in Nangarhar, the Afghanistan Cricket Board had tweeted on Saturday. He final performed aggressive cricket in September this 12 months as he featured within the Shpageeza Premier League.
He performed 12 Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) and one One-day Worldwide (ODI) for Afghanistan. He had made his worldwide debut on the 2014 T20 World Cup in Bangladesh. In 1 ODI he scored 5 runs whereas in 12 T20Is he scored 258 runs averaging 21.5 with 1 fifty.
His highest worldwide rating of 90 had come throughout the T20I sequence in opposition to Eire in March 2017. He additionally performed 24 first-class video games, scoring 2030 runs at a median of 47.20 with 6 lots of and 10 fifties. In 17 Record A matches, he scored 553 runs averaging 32.5 with 1 century and three 50s. In 33 T20s he scored 700 runs averaging 21.2 with three half-centuries. He has additionally picked up 21 wickets in first-class and 1 wicket in Record A.