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T20 World Cup: Afghanistan, Pakistan set 148-run target for victory

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Dubai – United Arab Emirates, First Published Oct 29, 2021, 9:30 PM IST

Dubai: Pakistan (Pakistan) set a target of victory over Afghanistan in the T20 World Cup 2021 neighborhood Super 12 clash. Afghanistan won the toss and elected to bat, but lost the toss and elected to bat. Naib is Afghanistan’s top scorer with 35 off 25 balls. For Pakistan

Imad Wasim took two wickets.

Luck in the toss, surprise decision, batting collapse

Despite winning the toss, Afghan captain Mohammad Nabi’s decision to opt for batting initially shocked fans. The Pakistani bowlers soon proved that Nabi’s decision was wrong. In the second over, Hazrat Zazai (0) was bowled by Imad Wasim for the first wicket. Mohammad Shehzad (8) was bowled by Shaheen Afridi Babur Assam for 13 in the first over. Later, the Afghans lost wickets at regular intervals.

Rahmanullah Gurbas (10), Asghar Afghan (10) and Kareem Jannat (15) returned without significant contributions to take the Afghans to 64-5. Najeebullah Sardar (22 off 21 balls) was bowled by Shadab Khan and it looked as if the Afghans would not even cross the 100 mark.

He raised his head to the tail

But Muhammad Nabi and Gulbadin Naib combined for the seventh wicket to put Afghanistan ahead in the final overs. Both batsmen scored 43 runs in the last three overs. Nabi hit five fours off 32 balls for 35 runs and Naib hit four fours and a six off 25 balls.

For Pakistan, Shaheen Afridi and Shadab Khan took one wicket each for 22 runs in four overs while Imad Wasim took two wickets for 25 runs in four overs. Hasan Ali Nalover 38-1 and Hasis Rauf 37-1 in four overs.

Earlier, the Afghan won the toss and elected to bat. The team that batted second has won all four of its previous matches in Dubai. However, Afghan captain Mohammad Nabi won the toss and elected to bat. After winning the toss, Nabi said it was better to bat first on a dry pitch. The assessment is that the team bowling second will have a snowfall problem.

Pakistan beat India and New Zealand in the first two matches. But in the first match, the Afghans won by 130 runs against Scotland. Pakistan made no changes to the team that played the first two matches and Afghanistan did not make any changes to the team that played the first two matches.

Last Updated Oct 29, 2021, 9:30 PM IST

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