Afghanistan fought back in their first match in Pakistan Afghans, who were at the helm of self-confidence, today gave the ultimate reality to the world's hot favorites.
England have lost Afghanistan by nine wickets in the second and final match of the tournament. The hosts reached the target of 161 runs in 195 matches with the help of 195 balls.
After losing the toss at the Oval, Afghanistan were reduced to just 160 in 38.4 overs. The English bowlers bowled under pressure from the start of batting, they were caught. Opening batsman Hazratullah Zahej returned to the game only 11 runs. Aajagar Afgan or Rahmat Shahara could not be settled on the wicket. In the regular interval, Mohammad Ali played only his usual game of play. Afghanistan, with their 44-run innings, put the target of 161 against England in front of the English side.
England pacer Zofra Archer has taken three wickets for England Part-time offspinner Joe Root took three wickets in hand.
In reply, England were bowled out for just 17.3 overs. Opener Jason Ryan, who was the top-scorer for the team, batted for the opening batsman Jason Ryan. His innings was arranged with 11 fours and four sixes. Joe Root's bat came in 29 runs. At the end of the innings both were unbeaten.