Gulbadin Naib is a professional Cricketer from Afghanistan. A right-handed batsman who bowls right-arm fast-medium was named the team's new One Day International (ODI) captain ahead of the 2019 Cricket World Cup, by the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB). However, Rashid Khan was named as the new captain of the Afghanistan cricket team across all three formats.
Puli Alam, Logar, Afghanistan native, Gulbadin Naib was born on 16th March 1991, under the star sign Pisces. The thirty years old holds Afghan nationality, He stands 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m) tall.
There is no financial detail provided by the Afghanistani team on Naib's salary. However, As sources say, Afghanistan Cricketer gets Match Fees, and Retainer Fees very low comparing other teams. Afghanistan Cricket Board pays its players on a monthly basis. Monthly salaries for these cricketers range from $400 to $700. Senior players and the Captain earn more than other players and the squad earns about $105,000.
Since Naib has already remained a captain and is one of the important figures, his annual salary is believed to be no less than $1 million. Further, his net worth in 2021 is approximately $4 million.
Reportadely Gulbadin Naib is a married man. However, there is less to no information about his wife. Seems like the cricketer prefers his personal life low key, as well as Naib's wife, does not seek any spotlight as other wags. Or, Islam man does not show their spouse face to the public.
Naib and his wife are blessed with a baby boy who often appears on his official Instagram as well as on his cricket events.
In 2008, Naib made his debut for Afghanistan against Japan in the World Cricket League Division Five. There he played five games.
He then went on to star in the documentary Out of the Ashes which followed the team's preparation for the tournament and their lives back in Afghanistan.
Later The cricketer lost his place on the Afghan side. He was named to the part of Afghanistan's squad for the 2010 Asian Games and played against Hong Kong, winning the silver medal.
On 9th August 2011, he made his ODI debut against Canada. The following year on 14th March 2012, he made his T20 debut against Netherland.
In September 2021, he was named in Afghanistan's squad for the 2021 ICC Men's T20 World Cup.
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