Here's what Rashid Khan thinks about MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli and AB de Villiers

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Who doesn't know the Afghanistan national cricket team all-rounder Rashid Khan? He has become a worldwide superstar and enjoying a successful career after making his debut in 2015 for the Afghanistan national team.

Everyone knows about Rashid Khan nowadays, but do you know what Rashid Khan thinks about some of the top talents of cricket from this generation to the past generation ?

The Afghanistan all-rounder, also the vice-captain of the Afghanistan team, conducted an Instagram Question and Answers (QNA) session on his official Instagram handle yesterday.

During the QNA session, fans asked the Afghan star about some of the famous cricketers of this generation and past generations, such as MS Dhoni, Virat Kohli, AB De Villiers, etc.

When asked about India's most fantastic captain and wicketkeeper-batsman Mahindra Singh Dhoni (MS Dhoni), he answered, "One word is not enough for him" while he greeted Virat Kohli, the current captain as the King. For AB De Villiers, it was a straight answer, "Mr 360", which AB De Villiers is popularly known for the ability to score in all parts of the field.

Rashid Khan's Career

Rashid Khan is a well-established cricketer in the world of cricket and has become a superstar ever since making his debut for the Afghan national cricket team back in 2015. Rashid Khan has also found a home in Sunrisers Hyderabad, the IPL franchise from Hyderabad, for which he has played for the past couple of years.

Rashid Khan made his debut for the Afghanistan team in 2015 against Zimbabwe during a One Day International (ODI) series between the teams in October. Later that month, in the same series, he made his T20 International (T20I) debut.

In a Test match against India, Rashid Khan made his Test cricket debut. He later went on to captain the Test team against Bangladesh, setting a record of captaining a Test side at the age of 20 years and 350 Days.

Rashid Khan's Stats

Rashid Khan's number in cricket shows what kind of player he is. After making his debut in ODI and T20I in 2015, he has taken 140 and 95 wickets, respectively. He has established himself in the longer format of the game as well. In the five games he has played ever since that historic India test in 2018, he has picked up 35 wickets, which is quite a commendable number.

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