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Kohli's forehead burned at the rate of Afghanistan

Kohli’s forehead burned at the rate of Afghanistan

Afghanistan were eliminated from the race to reach the semi-finals of the T20 World Cup with India. In the last match of the Super Twelve on Sunday (November 8) against New Zealand, the Afghans lost by 8 wickets to Nabi Bahini and India’s hopes of reaching the last four. New Zealand has won the semi-final with 6 points in 5 matches. In 5 matches, India and Afghanistan scored 4 points each.

The Kiwis went north with 11 balls and 6 wickets in hand for Afghanistan’s 125-run target. In reply to New Zealand, New Zealand scored 26 runs in the opening over. Darrell Mitchell fell victim to Mujib Ur Rahman’s personal 18 off 12 balls. Rashid Khan bowled Martin Guptill for 26 runs. Kane Williamson and Devon Conway then led the team to victory with an average of 8 runs. Williamson added 40 off 42 balls and Conway added 38 off 32 balls. Rashid and Mujib took one wicket each for Afghanistan.

Earlier, Afghanistan won the toss and elected to bat, losing 6 wickets for 124 runs in 20 overs. Mohammad Nabi Bahini lost 4 wickets in the first 12 overs. The Afghans had 7 runs in 12 overs. Earlier, Hazratullah Zazai was dismissed for two runs by Trent Bolt between the two openers of Afghanistan. Adam Milne returns Mohammad Shahzad to the pavilion. Gurbaj scored 6 runs and became the victim of Tim Southee but Gulbadin Naib scored 15 runs.

Then came the stormy innings from Najibullah Zadran’s bat. He scored 63 runs from 47 balls. He had 6 fours and 3 sixes in his innings. Mohammad Nabi accompanied Najibullah for a while. When Nabi was run out for 14 off 20 balls, Najibullah went back and fell victim to Bolt. As a result, the wheel of the run came to a standstill in Afghanistan. That is why their innings stopped at 124 runs despite the possibility of a big collection. Bolt took 3 wickets for New Zealand. Tim Southee took two wickets.

With the departure from the Super Twelve, India has had the worst performance in this year’s T20 World Cup. Team India has never been so embarrassed on the world stage of cricket in the short format.

So far, a total of seven T20 World Cups have been held. India was present in every tournament. The team led by Mahendra Singh Dhoni tasted the title for the first time in 2006. Then in 2009, 2010 and 2012 they played in Super Eight.

India is the runners-up in the 2014 edition. In that event, Team Tindia lost against Sri Lanka. In 2016, the T20 World Cup was held in India. The West Indies lost to England in the final and took the trophy home. India played in the semi-finals. This time they had to say goodbye to Super Twelve. Afghanistan’s loss to New Zealand ensured Virat Kohli’s exit from the tournament.

Afghanistan lost to the Kiwis by 7 wickets in the last match of the Super Twelve on Sunday (November 8). At this rate, Nabi Bahini and India’s hopes of rising to the last four ended. New Zealand has won the semi-final with 6 points in 5 matches. Afghanistan 4 points in 5 matches. India, who have played less than one match, have the same points.

The Kiwis went north with 11 balls and 6 wickets in hand for Afghanistan’s 125-run target. In reply to New Zealand, New Zealand scored 26 runs in the opening over. Darrell Mitchell fell victim to Mujib Ur Rahman’s personal 18 off 12 balls. Rashid Khan bowled Martin Guptill for 26 runs. Kane Williamson and Devon Conway then led the team to victory with an average of 8 runs. Williamson added 40 off 42 balls and Conway added 38 off 32 balls.

Earlier, Afghanistan won the toss and elected to bat, losing 6 wickets for 124 runs in 20 overs. The Afghans got this collection in the stormy innings of Najibullah Zadran. He scored 63 runs off 47 balls with 6 fours and 3 sixes. Mohammad Nabi made 14 runs off 20 balls.

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