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22 August 2017

 

 

Afghan crickets on Thursday played a 20-over charity match in the capital to raise funds for victims of fighting in northern Kunduz city.

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Afghanistan were defeated by large margin in first match of their series against Zimbabwe on Friday.

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Mohammad Nabi’s 116, including six sixes, ensured Afghanistan were untroubled as they beat Zimbabwe in their second ODI on Sunday.

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Zimbabwe defeated Afghanistan by 6 wickets and with 2 balls remaining in their third one-day international on Tuesday.

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Mohammad Shahzad scored 80 to guide Afghanistan to a series levelling win against Zimbabwe in their fourth ODI on Thursday.

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Afghanistan made another history on Saturday when they beat Zimbabwe by 73 runs to secure their one-day international series 3-2.

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Afghanistan whitewashed Test-playing nation Zimbabwe in a Twenty20 international series for the first time after winning the second match in last-over thriller on Wednesday.

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Excitement once again returned to war-weary Afghanistan as annual cricket tournament kicked off with four teams flexing their muscles on Tuesday.

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Kabul Eagles defeated Boost Defenders by eight wickets Wednesday in third match of Shpageeza that was played with delay due to overnight rain.

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Band-e-Amir Dragons beat Speen Ghar Tigers in the 2015 Afghan shpageeza (Sixes) tournament after a thrilling Super Over on Wednesday. Skipper Mohammad Nabi emerged as hero as he helped set 19-run target in that over and he followed that with the bowl taking two back to back wickets to defeat Speen Ghar with a wide margin. Earlier, Speen Ghar, who were put to bat, were bowled out in the 19th over after making 124. Shafiqullah scored 47 off 27. In the chase of 125, Band-e Amir looked under pressure early but Mohammad Nabi struck 43 to bring their innings on track. He was helped by Hashmatullah Shahidi who scored 50 off 49 balls. In the last over, Band-e Amir needed run a ball to win but they lost Shafaq and Shahidi in that over. In the last ball, Band-e Amir needed 3 runs and they made 2 to level the score. The match was fourth in a tournament that sees two matches per day. The win was first for Band-e Amir who had lost on Tuesday. The tournament will last until 13th November and the matches are broadcast exclusively on 1TV.

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