Where do Afghanistan go from here?
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As Afghanistan gear up to face India in their inaugural Test match, all cameras are zoomed in on them.
By: Reuters | Bengaluru | Published: June 16, 2018 1:40:53 Afganisthan cricket team captain Asghar Stanikzai (R) and Coach Phil Simmons during a press conference.
Afghanistan’s Chief Selector Nawroz Mangal has described the country’s first Test match against India as a new and brilliant dawn both for cricket and the whole nation.
Bengaluru: Afghanistan have a long way to go before they can challenge the leading Test nations and the best way to bridge the gap is to play regularly against their ‘A’ teams, coach Phil Simmons said after the team’s deflating long-form debut against India.
[India], June 16 (ANI): Former Indian skipper Mohammad Azharuddin has said that though Afghanistan are a good side, the International Cricket Council 's (ICC) decision to give them Test status at such initial stage was a `hasty` one.