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It was a very important match for both teams. It was also important for Zimbabwe. But at last Afghanistan able to make their victory.
Afghanistan vs. Ireland
Finally, the victory of the Afghans. This win is not only just a win but also Afghanistan won the World Cup ticket for the win. Dream interpretation has happened yesterday. Zimbabwe was still waiting if the match is a tie! That’s not happening, 36 years later Zimbabwe is going to be leaving the next Cricket World Cup.
The last match of World Cup selection – How did the match become important for the cricket fans? 9 finalists in 10 teams of the World Cup.To know the names of the rest of the team, everyone looked at the match. The answer to the question remains the fact that the England World Cup, Ireland lost by 5 wickets, confirmed Afghanistan.
To ensure the World Cup, big teams have to undergo big tests of Neural pressure. But the end of the examination, the Afghans passed. Afghanistan needed 43 runs in 36 balls. In the 45th over, the equation dropped to 30 for 28. Steynzai-Zadran pulled out of the match for a further 8 runs in the next over. After that, it was not lost to the Afghans. 18 balls from 18 balls, 7-5 balls left for the remainder of the equation.
Chasing 210 runs, the team got a good start with two Afghan openers Mohammad Shehzad and Gulbadin Naib. The opening pair added 86 runs in 16 overs, but the Irish bowlers did not allow Afghanistan to proceed smoothly. Afghanistan’s 4 wickets in 59 runs, raising their hopes. Samiullah Shenwari-Asghar Stanikzai 36 runs for the fifth wicket in the Afghans match, but their World Cup ensures that StankaZai-Zadran’s unbroken 32-wicket haul taken 32 runs.
Ireland like Afghanistan got a good start as their two openers Porterfield-Sterling After the 53-run opening partnership. There was no other fifty-plus pair of Irish players.
Like openers Sterling, Fifty could not play next innings and no Irish batsman. The score was not too big for them. Afghans cannot be defeated with the capital of 209 runs by 7 wickets, it was Ireland’s later.
Ireland: 209/7 off 50 overs (Stirling 55, L O’Brien 41; Rashid Khan 3-40)
Afghanistan: 213/5 off 49.1 overs (Mohammad Shahzad 54, Gulbadin Naib 45, Stanikzai 39no; Simi Singh 3-30)
Ten teams in World cup:
Australia, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, England, South Africa, New Zealand, West Indies, Afghanistan.