Tuesday , February 7 2023

2019 Cricket World Cup: Afghanistan Herbberker defeats Pakistan



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Imdad Wasim won three wickets for two wickets against Afghanistan and defeated Pakistan in fourth place in the ICC Cricket World Cup standings.

Pakistan had 48 runs for 4 wickets for 230 runs with Pakistan, and the bottom line was shared with Shadab Khan (11) and 24 respectively. No. 9 9 with Wahab Riaz, who was unbeaten.

When he needed 16 runs from 11 balls, Wahab hit six sixes in Rashid Khan's bowling and then there was an increase in pressure in the innings despite Shadab's unnecessary run-out and captain of Sufrah Ahmed.

A small group of fans went to the field in Headingley to congratulate the players for congratulating the flags, and for all the issues of safety.

Kishore Fastman Shahid Afridi took 4-47 as Pakistan restricted Afghanistan to the crucial start of the game from 227-9. It was the eighth loss for Afghanistan and the second straight defeat of regional opponent – they lost the two-time champions India by 11 runs.

After breaking Pakistan in its opening game, South Africa, New Zealand and Afghanistan are placed in the semifinal position of nine points from eight games, ahead of England. The host team plays India on Sunday.

He was a passionate game in Leeds.

After losing the second over on the second ball of the run, LBW was hit by Mushfiqur Rahim, Pakistan, with Imam-ul-Haq (36) and Babar Azam (45) in the second wicket of 72 for Mohammed Nabi. Twice in order to remove both the installed batteries in continuous oh

Imam was caught on the last ball of the 16th over when he had charged the nabi, had lost a fast, wide ball, and wicketkeeper Ikram Ali Khilhe easily came out of the ground when he whipped the ball.

At the start of the 18th over, Babar tried to deliver fuller and was bowled.

However, they were comfortable with 103-3 runs by overs, while the wickets went down and the run-rate increased.

At the end of the 28th over, Harris Sohail recovered it, while Afghanistan appealed for a leg-side louder, but umpire Nigel Lange was not ruled out nor had any referrals from the team. TV Replay shows that there was a nice edge.

But when all the momentum went completely in Pakistan, 18-year-old Mujib started a new spell in the 30th over and immediately caught Mohammed Hafeez (19).

Sohail delivered 57 balls before being hit by 27 Rashid Khan, 142-5 in 35th and Sarfraz's unbeaten run of 156-6 in the 39th in 39th. Pakistan needed 72 runs in 11 overs, which included only four wickets.

Pakistan's seventh wicket cut 18 runs in the 46th over and cut 28 runs in 24 balls.

But a strain ended after Shadab's dismissal in the 47th over.

The neighboring countries were at the first meeting of the World Cup.

The International Cricket Council said it was aware of "some scandals" outside Headingley and was working with police and security. Social media reports involving opposition fans outside the stadium and at least two fans got out of the game.

– AP

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