Afghan player Mohammad Nabi has moved to a career-best second spot in the latest ICC ODI ranking for all-rounders.
In the ranking updated on February 10, Nabi pushed past Sri Lanka skipper Angelo Matthews who fell to 318 in the ODI rating. Nabi currently has 331 points.
They are followed by Pakistan’s Mohammad Hafeez and Australia’s James Faulkner.
Bangladeshi player Shakib al Hasan remains on top of the table with 377 points.
A former captain for the Afghan side, Mohammad Nabi has played 70 one-day international matches, taking 69 wickets. He has an ecnomy rate of 4.28.
Looking into his batting stats, Nabi has made 1685 runs with an average of 29.56.
Afghanistan Cricket Board congratulated Nabi and the nation for the achievement.