T20 World Cup: Afghanistan coach urges batters to ‘take responsibility’ and give Rashid Khan some help

Afghanistan coach Jonathan Trott praised Rashid Khan and asked other front-line batters to step up and assist him. Trott made his comments after Khan nearly startled Australia with a brilliant 48* from only 23 balls in the sides’ most recent Super 12 match, with Afghanistan falling just four runs short. After his squad squandered the momentum of a strong start, the all-rounder was ranked eighth.

Rashid Khan at his best

Rashid Khan at his best

Trott, on the other hand, believes Rashid khan knock, which included four maximums, was indicative of a brilliant professional. Throughout the tournament, he has been amazing. I remember talking to him after his fall at the end of the last game, and he said, “There’s no way I’m missing this game; I’m playing 100%.”

He’s the type of person he is. That’s the type of character I like having on my teams, at least the ones I’ve coached. Not only is he obviously gifted and skillful, but his attitude and work ethic are second to none and serve as an inspiration to all players throughout the world, not just the Afghans. He is deserving of everything.

Rashid Khan miracle

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Afghanistan’s campaign was hampered by rain, which forced the cancellation of two matches. Trott, on the other hand, was overjoyed to see his team compete in a game that showcased their great skill, but he was also saddened by what could have been.

Rashid Khan has a complete all-rounder Skills

Rashid Khan has a complete all-rounder Skills

I think it’s a fantastic game to watch as a neutral. “And, in my opinion, it revealed not just the skill and talent of our players, but also the understanding and situational awareness that we lacked in several areas. And I think we saw it against Sri Lanka, and I think we saw it again tonight.

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After a T20 game, I believe you normally desire a little more “he claims “Trott went on. It’s the kind of game where momentum comes and goes. You had it for supper tonight. And the more often those elements align in our favor, the more likely we are to succeed.”

And, as a team, the more consistent we are, the better. That is just how I feel. And, ideally, it will be a strategy that we can master in the future. When their tournament closes, Afghanistan will go to Sri Lanka to begin a three-match One-Day International series on November 25.

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