September, 26, 2023
Sri Lanka Faces Afghan Wall: Super Four Challenge

Sri Lanka Faces Afghan Wall: Super Four Challenge

Lahore (Sports Reporter) In order to reach the Asia Cup Super Four stage, Sri Lanka is facing the challenge of demolishing the Afghan wall. Will try. According to the details, Sri Lanka defeated Bangladesh in their first Asia Cup match, but looking at the position of the group, their access to the Super Four stage is still not certain. With the success of 89 runs, the net run rate also improved, Sri Lanka’s victory at the same domino on Tuesday will knock Afghanistan out of the event. On the other hand, if the Afghan team scores more than 275 runs and wins the match by 68 runs while batting first, or achieves the target in 35 overs, then the islanders will be allowed to leave. Pa Tum Nasa Nika, Sadbar Asmar, and Karma in the middle order, Char Thay Asalan Ka have been hired, Dhanan Jaya de Silva and captain Dawson Shanna are capable of showing all-round skills, Dishan Huma Tha and Nath Vela in the league. Among the bowlers, Moth or Pa Thera and Mahesh Thi Kushana could prove to be key weapons. Rehmanullah Gurbaz and Ibrahim Zadran will be the backbone of the Afghan team’s top order, Captain Hashmatullah Shahidi is also looking in form, and Rahmatullah Shah and Najeebullah Zadran will have to come out of the defensive shell. There will be an option to drop one and add Riyad Hasan to the middle order, Given the poor performance of the Pacers against Bangladesh, spinner Noor Ahmed can be included, either Gulbuddin Naib or Karim Jannat. No one will have to vacate the place, spinners Rashid Khan and Mujeebur Rahman can prove to be Trump’s rod, favorable for beach batting on Sunday at the Gaddafi Stadium.
There is a possibility that a similar batch will be made for other competitions as well.

Pakistan’s mission clean sweep against South Africa is complete. Victory by 6 runs in the 3rd Women’s T20 match, Sudra and Bisma’s responsible scores

Karachi (Zubair Nazir Khan Express News) scored 36 runs, opener Shawwal Zulfikar 18 runs Pakistan managed to score 6 runs against South Africa in the third match, Manbiya Ali this time 8 runs.
Alia Riaz 2 and Syedah completed a clean sweep, Leora Woolworth’s fifty remained unbeaten on Aroob Shah 1, Tommy Sho went for nothing, Sudra Amin and Bisma Maruf were responsible. He got 2 wickets, and the visiting XI batted for 5 wickets. According to the details, the opening 2 scored 144 runs, and captain and opener Leora Woolworth won the matches and secured the trophy. Be that as it may, the fast man Burtz played well in the last Twenty20 as well, opening 18, Son Loos 13 and NK Bosch scoring 10. Unlike the 2 matches, this time Pakistan returned to the batting pavilion first, bowled the Proteas in the final over, and settled 150 runs for 5 wickets in the overs 13 runs were needed for victory, Diana Baig scored, Sidra Amin and Bisma Maruf both conceded only 6, Sadia Iqbal and Nashri Sindhu scored 39 39, captain Nida Dar 20 bowlers dismissed 2, 2 players.

A ticket for the World Cup, India-Pakistan match is more than 19 lakh rupees

Delhi (Sports Desk) The ticket prices for the Pakistan-India traditional match scheduled in Ahmedabad on October 14 in the World Cup have reached 19 lakh rupees, similarly, the tickets for the Australia-India match are being sold for more than 931 thousand rupees. Yes, on the official platform, the available tickets for the Pakistan-India match were sold out immediately, on other private online platforms, it has been offered again at higher prices, one ticket for the Pakistan-India match is 19 lakh 51 thousand. Sold at Rs 580, a ticket for the England vs. India match at Lucknow starts at Rs 234,000, and the Afghanistan vs. India match is priced at Rs 38,000.

Hit wicket in 2 ODI matches in a row

Mujeeb’s first cricketer in history Karachi (Sports Desk) Afghanistan’s Mujeebur Rahman hit a wicket in 2 ODI matches in a row. Became the first cricketer in history to do so, hitting Tasin Ahmad for a six in Sunday’s match against Bangladesh, but while swinging the bat, went so far back into the crease that his foot landed on the stumps, thus taking wicket after wicket. Missing out, he had earlier scored 64 runs in an ODI against Pakistan when he was bowled by Mujeeb Shaheen Shah Afridi.

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