Pakistan beat Afghanistan by 5 wickets: ICC T20 World Cup 2021


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In today’s 24th match of ICC T20 World Cup 2021, the Pakistan team defeated the Afghanistan cricket team by 5 wickets, and the target of 147 runs by the Afghanistan cricket team was achieved by Pakistan in 19 overs by losing 5 wickets.

This is the third consecutive win achieved by the Pakistan cricket team, having previously defeated India, New Zealand, and Afghanistan.

In today’s match, the ICC T20 World Cup match was played between Pakistan and Afghanistan and today’s match was played at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

Today, the Afghanistan cricket team won the toss and chose to bat, and the Afghanistan cricket team scored 147 runs while batting first. For this, he lost six wickets and scored 147 runs in 20 overs.

Afghanistan had a very good performance in which the most successful batsman from the Afghanistan cricket team was Gulbadin Naib, he scored 35 runs in 25 balls, for which he hit 4 fours and a six.

After this Mohammad Nabi scored 35 runs in 32 balls, for which he hit 5 fours, and after this Najibullah Zadran was the most successful batsman who scored 22 runs in 21 balls, for this he hit 3 fours and Hits a big six.

After this, Karim Janat scored 15 runs in 17 balls, for which he hit eight fours and a six, immediately after Asghar Afghan comes who scored 10 runs in 7 balls, and for this, he hit a four and a six.

After hitting a six, a score of 10 runs in 7 balls is also scored from Rahmanullah Gurbaz’s side, but for this, he hit a six and did not hit any four.

After this, Mohammad Shahzad played an innings of 8 runs in 9 balls, for which he hit a four, and Hazratullah Zazai did not score any runs, thus the Afghanistan cricket team’s dead batting scored 147 runs for 6 wickets.

Now if we talk about the bowlers played by the Afghanistan cricket team, then Rashid Khan was the most successful bowler in the Afghanistan cricket team, who took two wickets for 26 runs. After this, Naveen-Ul-Haq took one wicket for 22 runs, after which Mohammad Rafi took one wicket for 36 runs.

And after that the elderly Ur Rahman took 1 wicket for 14 runs and thus the Afghanistan cricket team played in today’s match.

Now if we talk about the Pakistan cricket team, then there was a good performance from the Pakistan cricket team where Mohammad Rizwan scored 8 runs in 10 balls while batting the opening, for which he hit a four, after which captain Babar Azam scored 51 runs in 47 balls, for which he hit four fours.

After this, Fakhar Zaman scored 30 runs in 25 balls, for which he hit 2 fours and a big six.

After this Mohammad Hafeez scored 10 runs in 10 balls, for which he hit a four, after that, Shoaib Malik scored 19 runs in 15 balls, for which he scored 25 runs in 7 balls, and 357 Scored 25 runs at a run rate of 14 decimals.

And in the end, Shadab Khan did not score any runs, thus the Pakistan cricket team lost 5 wickets to get a score of 148 runs, which they achieved in 19 overs.

In this way, Asif Ali played a great role in the excellent bowling of the Pakistan cricket team, for which he should be praised.

Asif Ali made a score of 25 runs in 7 balls which were very amazing did not make.

Thus Asif Ali scored 25 runs in 7 balls and remained not out till the end. Now if we talk about the bowlers of the Pakistan cricket team, Imad Wasim, who was the most successful bowler, took two wickets for 25 runs, followed by the most successful bowler who took one wicket for 22 runs and then Shaheen.

Afridi took one wicket for 20 runs. And Haris Rauf took one wicket for 37 runs and Hasan Ali took one wicket for 38 runs. In this way, all the bowlers of the Pakistan cricket team performed well and took dream wickets and Asif Ali performed brilliantly and won the match and were today’s player of the match.

This is the third consecutive victory of the Pakistan cricket team in which they have won by performing brilliantly and they achieved the score of 148 runs after 6 balls.


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