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Afghanistan's history of winning the first Test match

Afghanistan won the status of Test matches in June 2017. After one year, the war-torn country lost the first Test match against India in June last year. After eight and a half months after playing in their second Test, Asghar Afgan's team won the historic win. Australia won the first match of the history of Test cricket in 1877. After that, England and Pakistan just got the taste of the Test match in their second match. Afghanistan defeated Ireland by seven wickets and won the first Test in that history.

In the second match of India's Dehra Dun, in the second innings, Afghanistan scored 147 runs on the fourth day today to play Afghanistan. Earlier, on the previous day, 29 runs for a wicket, the team managed to do some work on the historic victory. Today, two unbeaten batsmen, Ihsanullah Jannat and Rahmat Shah were playing in the show. Rahmat scored 76 runs, but Ihsanullah was unbeaten on 65 runs. Rahmat and Rahim to get down to number four, Mohammed Nabi was out for just five runs away from Joy, but Hashmatullah Shahidi came down to win the history by winning four matches.

Earlier, in the first innings of the match, Ireland were bowled out for 172 by the Afghans bowlers in excellent bowling. In reply, Rahmat Shah 98, captain Asghar Afgan, 67 and Hashmatullah Shahidi 61 runs on 61 runs, Afghanistan scored by batting. Their lead was 142 runs.

In the second innings, Andrew Bilbarney (82) and Kevin O'Brien (56) were the top scorers in the history of the tournament, despite the pressure of Afghan legspinner Rashid Khan. Rashid Khan took five wickets for the first time in his Test career by 82 runs. Finally Ireland have been able to score 288 runs Afghanistan's victory targets 147 runs. Rahmat-Ihsanullah, who gave birth to another 149 runs in just 47.5 overs, produced another Afghan fairytale.

Man of the Match was the best batsman in two innings, Rahmat Shah.

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