All Ten Afghan Batters Caught Out, Unwanted Feat Recreated Again After T20 World Cup 2022

The third match of the T20 World Cup 2024 has seen an exciting clash between India and Afghanistan. The spectators experienced a thrilling clash between these two teams. In that match, India registered a 47-run win. On the flip side, Afghanistan made an unwanted record. For the second time in the T20 World Cup, all ten batters of them out caught. 

Afghanistan’s Performance:

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In the third match of the Super Eight stage, India and Afghanistan locked horns and the cricket fraternity enjoyed a thrilling encounter. While batting in the first innings, the Indian batters tried hard. While bowling in the first innings, they showcased their bowling brilliance. Skipper Rashid Khan led from the front by taking three crucial wickets. Fazalhaq Farooqi also secured 3 wickets. They restricted India to 181 runs. 

While batting in the second innings, their batting lineup struggled. While opening the innings, Hazratullh Zazai was dismissed on 2 runs. Ibrahim Zadran was dismissed on 8 runs in 11 balls. Gulbadin Naib added 17 runs. Azmatullah Omarzai and Najibullah Zadran scored 26 and 19 runs. They got all out in 134 runs. 

Unwanted Record by Afghanistan:

In the match, Afghanistan struggled, especially in the second innings. In front of India’s bowling brilliance, the Afghan effort fell short. From one side, the bowlers dominated, and the fielders used the opportunities in the best way.  Afghanistan’s batting lineup faced an unwanted feat as all ten batters were dismissed caught. This rare occurrence first happened against England in Perth in 2022 and was repeated in their match against India in Bridgetown in 2024. 

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In 2022, they faced England on Perth and failed to dominate the opponent and got all out in 112 runs. Ibrahim Zadran scored 32 runs which was their highest score in that innings. The unwanted scenario happened this time too when they got all out in 134 runs against India. Along with that defeat, their unbeaten steak also got broken. In their next matches, they will face Australia and Bangladesh. In those matches, they will try hard to showcase their dominance. 

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The third match of the T20 World Cup 2024 has seen an exciting clash between India and Afghanistan. The spectators experienced a thrilling clash between these two teams. In that match, India registered a 47-run win. On the flip side, Afghanistan made an unwanted record. For the second time in the T20 World Cup, all ten batters of them out caught. 

Afghanistan’s Performance:

In the third match of the Super Eight stage, India and Afghanistan locked horns and the cricket fraternity enjoyed a thrilling encounter. While batting in the first innings, the Indian batters tried hard. While bowling in the first innings, they showcased their bowling brilliance. Skipper Rashid Khan led from the front by taking three crucial wickets. Fazalhaq Farooqi also secured 3 wickets. They restricted India to 181 runs. 

While batting in the second innings, their batting lineup struggled. While opening the innings, Hazratullh Zazai was dismissed on 2 runs. Ibrahim Zadran was dismissed on 8 runs in 11 balls. Gulbadin Naib added 17 runs. Azmatullah Omarzai and Najibullah Zadran scored 26 and 19 runs. They got all out in 134 runs. 

Unwanted Record by Afghanistan:

In the match, Afghanistan struggled, especially in the second innings. In front of India’s bowling brilliance, the Afghan effort fell short. From one side, the bowlers dominated, and the fielders used the opportunities in the best way.  Afghanistan's batting lineup faced an unwanted feat as all ten batters were dismissed caught. This rare occurrence first happened against England in Perth in 2022 and was repeated in their match against India in Bridgetown in 2024. 

In 2022, they faced England on Perth and failed to dominate the opponent and got all out in 112 runs. Ibrahim Zadran scored 32 runs which was their highest score in that innings. The unwanted scenario happened this time too when they got all out in 134 runs against India. Along with that defeat, their unbeaten steak also got broken. In their next matches, they will face Australia and Bangladesh. In those matches, they will try hard to showcase their dominance. 

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