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|Born||February 28, 1993|
|Age||28 years 47 days|
|Teams||Afghanistan, Afghanistan A, Chittagong Vikings, Montreal Tigers, Kandahar Knights, Maratha Arabians, Afghanistan U23, Winnipeg Hawks, St Lucia Zouks, Khulna Tigers, Team Abu Dhabi|
|Bat Style||Left Handed Bat|
|Bowl Style||Right-arm offbreak|
|BBI||-||9 / 0||-||-|
|BBM||-||9 / 0||-||-|
Najibullah made his ODI debut against Ireland in July 2012 and scored 23 runs in his first game. His T20I debut came against India in September 2012 in the T20 WC.
Najibullah has been a good servant of the game for Afghanistan. Even though, he has failed to convert starts into big scores, Najibullah's current form is good. Courtesy of his exploits, Najib as he is fondly known among his team-mates was included in the Afghanistan squad for the ICC cricket World Cup 2015 in Australia and New Zealand.
He failed to replicate his successful run at the mega event scoring a modest 123 runs in 6 matches at an average of 24.60. The hard-hitting batsman was subsequently dropped from the national side.
Najibullah went back to First-Class cricket and honed his skills. In 2016, he slammed a 35-ball 60 in his comeback game against UAE which helped Afghanistan qualify for the main draw of the Asia Cup in Bangladesh.
It was no looking back for him since then as he became one of the mainstays of Afghanistan's batting. In 2017, he was announced the skipper of Afghanistan A for the tri-series in the rainbow nation involving India and hosts South Africa.
He lived up to his billing with a couple of fifties. Najibullah was included in the BPL draft for 2017 and Chittagong Vikings signed him up.
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