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Afghanistan wins landmark cricket series against Pakistan

Afghanistan wins landmark cricket series against Pakistan

Afghanistan has displayed another impressive run-chase to beat new-look Pakistan by seven wickets in the second Twenty20 international (T20I) with one ball remaining and take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the three-match series.

Sunday’s win at Sharjah Cricket Stadium in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is the first time Afghanistan has won a series against a top-six-ranked ICC team.

Pakistan chose to bat first but its inexperienced top-order again disappointed before recalled Imad Wasim smashed 64 not out off 57 balls and captain Shadab Khan made 32 to increase the final total to 130-6.

Rahmanullah Gurbaz (44) and Ibrahim Zadran (38) led Afghanistan’s chase before Najibullah Zadran scored a rapid unbeaten 23 and Mohammad Nabi was 14 not out to guide their team to 133-3 with a ball to spare.

“It’s a great honour and pleasure to lead this wonderful team,” Afghanistan captain Rashid Khan said. “Great effort with the ball, and then we took it deep and finished it … We have players to finish it like Nabi and Najib.”

Needing 22 off the last two overs, Najibullah and Nabi struck a six each in Naseem Shah’s penultimate over which went for 17 and effectively ended Pakistan’s hopes.

Afghanistan recorded a memorable six-wicket win against Pakistan on Friday after pinning down Shadab’s team to 92-9.

In the absence of five rested front-line players, including Babar Azam and Mohammad Rizwan, Pakistan continued to struggle against the pace and spin of Afghanistan on Sharjah’s slow wickets.

Saim Ayub, who made his T20 debut in the first game, edged behind the second ball of the game from Fazalhaq Farooqi (2-19). Abdullah Shafique became the first men’s batter in T20 history to record a fourth straight duck when he was trapped leg-before wicket by Farooqi in his first double-wicket maiden over, leaving Pakistan at 0-2.

Mohammad Haris (15) and Tayyab Tahir (13) also couldn’t gauge the wicket well upfront. Azam Khan (1) was baffled by Rashid’s sharp googly and was out lbw as Pakistan slipped to 63-5 in 11 overs.

Imad and Shadab then combined in a 67-run stand with Imad hitting two sixes and three fours before Shadab was run out off the last ball while going for a second run.

Gurbaz made a powerful start for Afghanistan when he smashed Naseem (0-39) for a six and a boundary in the first over and took the game deep by adding 56 runs with Ibrahim. Gurbaz was run out when his reverse lap shot went straight to Naseem at short third man and Ibrahim declined a sharp single.

Fast bowler Ihsanullah (1-23) had Ibrahim caught behind in the 18th over but Najibullah and Nabi sealed the game with their belligerent hitting against Naseem in the penultimate over.

“We were struggling again,” Shadab said. “When you lose three wickets in powerplay, you lose 70 percent of the games … The young players were nervous. They are playing for the first time for Pakistan, but we have to back them.”

The third T20 match between the two teams will be played later on Monday.

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Afghanistan and Pakistan set to play first T20I cricket series

Afghanistan and Pakistan set to play first T20I cricket series

Islamabad, Pakistan – Afghanistan and Pakistan are set to resume their cricket rivalry, facing off in the first bilateral series in years.

The game on Friday starting at 7pm (16:00 GMT) will be played at Sharjah Cricket Stadium in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). It will be the first of three T20 International (T20I) matches between the two teams in the series, with the other two scheduled for March 26 and 27.

Pakistan will be led for the first time by leg-spinning all-rounder Shadab Khan, following a decision to rest regular captain Babar Azam.

Shaheen Shah Afridi, Haris Rauf, Mohammad Rizwan and Fakahar Zaman are other notable absentees, as Pakistan looks to introduce new talents who impressed in the recently concluded Pakistan Super League (PSL), the country’s domestic T20 tournament.

“The uncapped players in our squad have earned their call-ups given their consistent performances in domestic cricket and impactful displays in the PSL,” Khan said before the series.

Pakistan is expected to give a cap to Ihsanullah, an express fast bowler who took 22 wickets in the PSL and won the Player of the Tournament award.

Swashbuckling Saim Ayub, whose audacious shot-making during the PSL turned heads, is also part of the new-look squad.

For its part, the Afghanistan team will be skippered by leg-spinner Rashid Khan, while former captain Mohammad Nabi also makes a return to the squad.

The Afghan squad is in good form, having swept the hosts UAE during a three-match T20I series last month. Experienced batters Ibrahim Zadran and Karim Janat both scored half-centuries during the series.

They will be joined by Rahmanullah Gurbaz, Mujeeb Ur Rahman and Fazalhaq Farooqi, who also participated in the PSL.

Pakistan, currently ranked third in the International Cricket Council (ICC) T20I rankings, will be playing its first international T20 match since the T20 World Cup last year, in which they were the runners-up.

Afghanistan, who are ranked tenth, were originally scheduled to play Australia. In January, however, the former T20I World Champions pulled out of the series, citing the curbs against women put in place by the Taliban, which took over Afghanistan in August 2021.

While the current series between Afghanistan and Pakistan may not be significant for ranking points or qualification for any upcoming major cricket event, it signals a potential thaw in the relationship between the neighbours.

After a massive bomb blast in Kabul in May 2017, the then-Afghan government had announced the cancellation of a proposed bilateral series against Pakistan at the time.

The Afghan intelligence agency had then accused the Haqqani Network of being behind the attack, alleging that the armed group was assisted from Pakistan.

“In light of the findings of security services and calls by the Afghan nation, the ACB hereby cancel all kinds of cricket matches agreement with the Pakistan Cricket Board,” the Afghan Cricket Board (ACB) had said.

The two teams continued facing off in multilateral tournaments, such as World Cup or Asia Cup, and have now decided to square off in a bilateral series.

“We appreciate Pakistan Cricket Board’s (PCB) willingness to play Afghanistan in March,” ACB chairman Mirwais Ashraf said in a statement earlier this month. “This is a significant accomplishment for two neighboring countries. We are hopeful and looking forward to extending our ties with PCB, as well as continuing great partnerships and frequent cricketing assignments with them, which will help us further strengthen our team and our cricket altogether,” added Ashraf, a former Afghanistan player.

The PCB also welcomed the development, and its chairman Najam Sethi in a statement said that the two countries share “cordial ties”.

“Afghanistan players are hugely popular in the Pakistan Super League. I am sure when cricketers from both sides will wear national jerseys for the upcoming international series, they will demonstrate the highest levels of performances and entertain the passionate and cricket-loving crowds,” he said.

The teams have met seven times in all, playing three T20I and four one-day international matches in their rivalry, with Pakistan always coming on top.

However, recent matches have witnessed trouble between the two sets of supporters, as well as heated arguments between the players on the field.

The last encounter in September 2022 during an Asia Cup game ended with Pakistan clinching a thrilling victory with just one wicket remaining.

After tempers flared in the stands, the PCB announced it would lodge a complaint against the ICC for “crowd trouble”. Meanwhile, Pakistan’s Asif Ali and Afghanistan’s Fareed Ahmad were fined by the ICC for an altercation on the ground.

There were similar scenes during a match between the two at the 2021 T20 World Cup that saw Pakistan secure yet another dramatic victory after scoring 24 runs in one over.

To prevent any crowd trouble at Friday’s match, organisers said they will provide extra security and separate supporters in different stands.

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