AFG vs BAN: Afghanistan reached the semi-finals, this team will fight for the final, Australia out of the tournament

Orhan Wadia
Orhan Wadia - Editor
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New DelhiThe last match of the Super 8 of ICC T20 World Cup 2024 was played between Afghanistan and Bangladesh. Afghanistan registered a spectacular victory in this match. In this match played in St. Vincent, Afghanistan won the toss and decided to bat first. Afghanistan batsmen could not take advantage of the good start and could only score 115 runs for 5 wickets. Due to rain, 1 over was reduced and Bangladesh team was given a target of 114 runs. Which they could not achieve and were all out for 105 runs.

Afghanistan won the toss and batted first and scored 115 runs in 20 overs. Afghanistan openers Rahmanullah Gurbaz and Ibrahim Zadran came out to open. Both were batting well. But they failed to give a great start. Gurbaz scored 43 runs in 55 balls. Whereas, Zadran was out after scoring 18 runs. Azmatullah Zazai, who came at number three, scored 10 runs. Apart from this, Rashid Khan played an innings of 19 runs in 10 balls in the end. Rishad Hussain bowled brilliantly for Bangladesh and took a total of 3 wickets.

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Now it was Bangladesh's turn to chase the target. Bangladesh lost its early wickets very quickly. Tanzin Hasan, who came to open, got out on 0 in 3 balls. Captain Nazmul Hasan Shanto and Shakib Al Hasan also flopped. Shanto got out after scoring 5 runs in 5 balls, while Shakib lost his wicket on the very first ball. For some time, good batting was seen from Liton Das. He kept the front and stayed till the end. But could not bring victory.

With this win, the Afghanistan team qualified for the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup. With this win of Afghanistan, the Australian team was eliminated from the T20 World Cup 2024. Now the Afghanistan team will face South Africa in the semi-final match. This match will be played on June 27. The match will start at 6 am Indian time.

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