Unpredictable but dangerous, this is Afghanistan for you

Dubai: The result of Pakistan’s 5-wicket defeat to Afghanistan in the Super-12 match at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium certainly cannot justify the twists and turns that took place in the presence of a lively crowd.

This is why the people of the Prophet Muhammad were considered a dangerous team in this way, but they expressed their weakness against a good enemy. This would have a lot to do with what would have happened if the Prophet had introduced his main destroyer Rashid before the 10th day, especially if his spinner Mujibur Rahman had removed Fateh Muhammad Ratwan from the power play and given him a breakthrough.

Defending a competitive but unpretentious target of 148, the Afghanistan captain relied on their strength as he and Mujib started bowling. They managed to impress the Pakistan batsmen, but then introduced two inexperienced bowlers: Naveen Haque and Kareem Janath and after a while Babur eased the pressure on Assam and Faqir Zaman.

Jannat, who scored 19 runs, said the game was still lively and he would like to forget the game soon as Asif Ali took him to the clean zone with four six points to finish the game.

Afghanistan had its recovery moments after looking a little early against a fast and agile high-quality attack when they conceded 6 for 76, and it was doubtful they would cross the 100 mark. Nabi (35 off 32 balls) and two executioners hit some hard hits using the vice (34 or 24 balls) soft ball as they took a precious position 71 times for the seventh wicket.

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In hindsight, this Afghanistan team may not have crossed the Super-12 stage, but they pointed out that the party women are against the likes of India and New Zealand.

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