T20 World Cup: Australia beat Afghanistan by 4 runs to moves at 2nd Spot in Group 1

Australia beat Afghanistan by 4 runs to moves at 2nd Spot in Group 1, England advances to the semi-finals with a win over Sri Lanka, while New Zealand qualified earlier with a win over Ireland.

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We haven’t played our greatest cricket, but we deserve to be where we are right now. We undoubtedly anticipated the net-run rate to enter the game if we scored 200 or more. Before we go out there, Wadey said, “Let’s go for the victory, and if we knock a couple over, we can think about a net run rate.”

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We were taken aback by the circumstances. The wicket was sluggish during the day, but it improved as the lights came on and the dew began to fall. We didn’t have our best game. I blew a couple chances to have a huge hit with the bat. I know there was a time when it appeared they were on top, but we brought it back and Rash about got them home. A excellent cricket match.

Group 1 Stats

The Group 1 standings with one match remaining is shown below. At 7 p.m. local time in Sydney, England will face Sri Lanka. England fans will be relieved to see that the weather prediction is favorable. Afghanistan is the only nation to have failed to win a match in the Super 12s, but they demonstrated their worth to international cricket today with an exciting and courageous effort. If any or both of Gurbaz and Gulbadin had gone on to make a large score, they could have been able to cross the finish line. But, if that’s the case, perhaps Rashid’s insane 48 from 23 doesn’t happen?

Semi Finals Stats

New Zealand has advanced to the semi-finals. Ireland, Sri Lanka, and Afghanistan has been eliminated. England will face New Zealand in the semi-finals if they will defeat Sri Lanka tomorrow in Sydney. Australia will qualify if they fail. For the time being, we may ignore net run rate.

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Afghanistan 164-7 (Rashid 48, Mujeeb 0) Rashid ends with a flourish, pulling for a one-bounce four. Australia 164-7 (Rashid 48, Mujeeb 0) Rashid finishes with a flourish, pulling for a one-bounce four. Such a courageous attempt by Rashid Khan at the death for Afghanistan

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