Lance Klusener has selected against recharging his agreement as the lead trainer of Afghanistan. The previous South Africa allrounder’s agreement abandons December 31, having been first designated in the job over two years prior in September 2019.
“Having gone through two years with the group, I will remove some essential minutes with me,” Lance Klusener said in a press articulation on Monday (November 29). “As I leave Afghanistan cricket crew and its cricketing structure, I anticipate the following stage in my instructing profession and openings it brings.”
Afghanistan fared fairly well in all arrangements during Klusener’s residency, winning one Test, three out of six ODIs and nine out of the 14 T20Is, including series prevails upon West Indies and Ireland. In any case, they had a frustrating spat the T20 World Cup where they smashed out of the knockouts race subsequent to winning only two of their five Super 12s matches.
During his playing days, Klusener addressed South Africa in 49 Tests and 171 ODIs from 1996 to 2004, scoring 1906 and 3576 runs in the two arrangements separately to go with 80 and 192 wickets.