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Afghanistan end the ICC Cricket World Cup-2019 after losing all the matches

Afghanistan end the ICC Cricket World Cup
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (CWC): Afghanistan end the ICC Cricket World Cup-2019 after losing all the matches. Afghanistan’s World Cup mission ends without victory after the bitter record of Bangladesh in 2003Afghanistan finished the second Test as a team, without any win.

Afghans have fought against their opponents in the 42nd match of Thursday (July 4th). Although the team was disappointed by the 23 runs. It was the last match of the West Indies like Afghanistan. The position of the team with 5 points is ninth in the table, and at the bottom of the bottom, the pointless Afghan.

Winning the toss, Leeds won the toss and elected to bat, the Caribbeans collected 311 runs in 50 overs. The highest number of runs in the team came from Shive Hope’s bat. Apart from that, both Evin Lewis and Nicholas Puran scored 58 in two separate innings. Among others, Captain Jason Holder scored 45 and Shimron Hotmail scored 39.

Daulat Zadran, who took two wickets for Afghanistan, took two wickets.

After losing the captain Gulbadin Naib at the start of the match to win, Rahmat Shah and teammate Ikram Alikhil displaying pale performance after being given a chance in the team. The pair added 133 runs for the second wicket. Rahmat 62 and Ikram 86 runs off after the team fell under pressure.

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However, Najibullah Zadran’s 31 and Asghar Afghanistan’s 40 runs were hoping. However, when Tare and Saeed Sirzad (25) were dismissed in the chase, all the rest of the batsmen were dismissed, keeping the number of runs in one position. At the end of the 50 overs all the outfit got 288 runs.

For the Windies, Carlos Brathwaite 4 and Kemar Roach took 3 wickets each.

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