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Pakistan vs afghanistan full match highlights

Pakistan vs afghanistan

Pakistan vs afghanistan full match highlights, The Men in Green defeated Afghanistan by 5 wickets with six balls to spare in a Super 12 tie, chasing a modest 148-run total. It is now has a net run rate of +0.638 and leads Group 2 with 6 points.

Until Asif got at the crease, Mohammad Nabi’s men did a good job of keeping the opposition; at bay in the death overs. Pakistan needed 24 runs off the final 12 balls to win the game, and the right-hand batsman made it simple for his team by hitting four big strokes against Karim Janat.

In their ICC T20 World Cup Group 2 Super 12 match on Friday, Pakistan defeated Afghanistan by five wickets. Afghanistan was down to 64-5 in 9.1 overs after electing to bat, but Gulbadin Naib (35 not out) and skipper Mohammad Nabi (35 not out) combined for 71 runs to help Afghanistan reach a challenging 147 for 6.

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Abar Azam & Co just needed six out of seven deliveries, making the problem appear simpler. Asif decided to end the game in style rather than taking it to the final over. In the dugout, his teammates yelled in jubilation as he hit another big ball that cleared the deep cover fence.

Pakistan romped home, scoring 148 for 5 in 19 overs, with Babar Azam’s 51 runs and Asif Ali’s four sixes in the 19th over. Rashid Khan (2/26), Nabi (1/36) and Mujeeb Ur Rahman (1/14) were among the wickets taken by the Afghanistan spin trio. Pakistan’s wicket-takers included Imad Wasim (2/25), Shaheed Afridi (1/22), Haris Rauf (1/37), Hasan Ali (1/38) and Shadab Khan (1/22).

With a maximum over long-off, Asif began the 18th over. With a dot ball, Janat was able to calm things down, but the Pakistan batsman had other ideas. He hit another six over deep midwicket with the third delivery, and then a dot ball over the bowler’s head.

Asif’s brilliant knock, as well as Pakistan’s third straight triumph in the tournament, enthralled social media. Cricket fans flocked to the 30-year-old batter to congratulate him on his undefeated effort of 25 runs off just 7 balls.

By Manish

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