The Afghanistan national cricket team defeated Zimbabwe by ten wickets in the 4th match of the One Day International (ODI) match to clinch the five match series.
Afghanistan 135 for 0 (Shahzad 75*, Ihsanullah 51*) beat Zimbabwe 134 (Ervine 54*, Mujeeb 5-50) by 10 wickets SHARJAH — Mujeeb Ur Rahman’s maiden five-wicket haul in ODIs led Afghanistan to a series-clinching 10-wicket win over Zimbabwe, with one match still left to play.
Afghanistan will aim to take an unassailable 3-1 lead against Zimbabwe when the two teams face each other in the 4th ODI encounter in Sharjah on Friday.
DUBAI: Zimbabwe’s all-rounder Sikandar Raza has been fined 15 per cent of his match fee for breaching the International Cricket Council (ICC) Code of Conduct during the third One-Day International (ODI) against Afghanistan in Sharjah.
And while Watson may or may not have been unnerved by the eerie history of Australia’s team hotel, Lumley Castle, the spook factor of Afghanistan’s one-day series with Zimbabwe comes from a purely statistical standpoint.
SHARJAH: Leg-spin sensation Rashid Khan took five wickets as Afghanistan cruised to a six-wicket win over Zimbabwe in the third one-day international at Sharjah on Tuesday.
The Zimbabwe cricket team defeated the Afghanistan national cricket team by 154 runs during the second match of the bilateral One Day International (ODI) series.
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Officials say two remote-controlled explosions went off during local cricket matches in two different districts of eastern Nangarhar province, killing three players and wounding another six people, including spectators.
SHARJAH: Rahmat Shah hit a career best 114 while leg-spin wizard Rashid Khan took four wickets as Afghanistan trounced Zimbabwe by 154 runs in the first one-day international on Friday in a huge boost ahead of next month´s World Cup qualifiers.