Rashid Khan becomes youngest captain in international cricket

Rashid Khan becomes youngest captain in international cricket
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NEW DELHI, MArch 4: At 19 years and 165 days of age, highly-rated Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan, the No. 1 Twenty20 International bowler, on Sunday became the youngest captain in the history of international cricket.
The World’s No. 2 ODI bowler Rashid led Afghanistan, after regular skipper Asghar Stanikzai was diagnosed with appendicitis, against Scotland in their opening match of the ICC World Cup qualifiers at Bulawayo in Zimbabwe. It was not a good start for the youngster as a skipper with Afghanistan losing the match by seven wickets to Scotland.
Rashid also had a tough outing as he was adjudged leg before for a golden duck while batting, before returning with the figures of 1 for 68 in nine overs.
The leg-spinner has so far taken 87 wickets in 38 ODIs and 47 wickets in 29 T20Is. (TNN)