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Malaysia Tri (1)
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County DIV2 (3)
Gulf T20I (3)
CPL 2023 (1)
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RHF Trophy (1)
The change comes after Afghanistan lost all their matches at the World Cup under Gulbadin Naib, with his decisions on the field during a thriller against Pakistan, in particular, coming under the scanner.
Rashid, currently No. 1 in T20I bowling rankings and No. 8 in ODI rankings, had a forgettable World Cup too. In eight innings, the legspinner manage to pick up just six wickets at an average of 69.33 and a strike rate of 71.8. Against England at Manchester, he went for 110 from his nine overs - the joint second-most runs conceded by a bowler in an ODI.
Rashid, 20, had led Afghanistan during the World Cup qualifiers in Zimbabwe last year - they lost three of those four games - when Asghar was unavailable. He has also led Band-e-Amir Dragons and Kabul Zwanan 16 times in T20 cricket, with ten wins and six defeats.
In an interview after Afghanistan's World Cup ended, Naib told BBC Pashto that Rashid was offered the ODI captaincy before the World Cup as well, but had declined the offer*. He was then named vice-captain to Naib in the ODI side and captain of the T20I side. Rahmat Shah was supposed to take over the Test team but he will relinquish the post without captaining a single game.
Then, the ACB removed Dawlat Ahmadzai from the senior selection committee and named him as head of the junior selection panel. In his place, Andy Moles, who was Afghanistan's coach at the 2015 World Cup, was appointed to the senior selection panel along with Mujahid Zadran, who has worked as a coach with Afghanistan A.
There also seemed to be a fallout between head coach Phil Simmons and Ahmadzai, leading Simmons to tweet: "I am in the middle of a World Cup and trying to get our team to perform to the level we expect but at the end of the World Cup I will tell the Afghanistan people about the part that Mr Dawlat Ahmadzai had to play in our preparation and his part in the dismissal of #AsgharAfghan."
*12.30amGMT, July 13: The story was updated to reflect Naib had spoken to BBC Pashto