PAK vs AFG Highlights: Afghanistan and Pakistan Fans Engaged in Ugly Fight in the Stadium After PAK-AFG Clash – Watch
PAK vs AFG Highlights: The ongoing Asia Cup in the UAE has already delivered some of the closest matches ever seen in the game. But the match between Pakistan and Afghanistan produced the best of the lot on Wednesday. The game ended with a nail-biting finish, which ended up with a lot of tension and nerves between the players and the fans from both nations. Although the match ended in the last over, some ugly scenes were recorded after the match. Seeking official betting sites in India? Learn how to find the right one for you and explore your sports betting options.
It started with the toss when Pakistan won the toss and put Afghanistan to bat first. The bowlers did an amazing job for Pakistan and restricted the attacking batters from Afghanistan. Thus, they could only manage 129/6 in their 20 overs. Chasing the target, Pakistan looked good till the 15th over. But the whole game changed after that, as they lost six wickets in the next four overs of the chase. It left them with 11 runs off the last over with Nos. 10 and 11 at the crease. However, Naseem Shah hit two consecutive sixes off Fazalhaq Farooqi to finish the game.
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PAK vs AFG Highlights: Afghan fans hitting Pakistani fans with chairs in the stadium – Watch
However, it was an incredible win for Pakistan, and they have qualified for the finals of the Asia Cup 2022. With the loss, Afghanistan has been knocked out of the tournament. However, the situation went out of hand in the 19th over of the match. Asif Ali and pacer Fareed Ahmed were seen pushing each other and other players and umpires came in between to separate them. However, it didn’t go well with the Afghan fans, and after the loss, they were seen pulling off the chairs and throwing them at the Pakistani fans.
Speaking of the match, for Pakistan, Haris Rauf picked up two wickets and all other bowlers picked up one wicket each. Chasing the target, skipper Babar Azam got out early for a golden duck and Mohammad Rizwan (20) couldn’t carry. But the third wicket partnership between Iftikhar Ahmed and Shadab Khan kept Pakistan in the game. Iftikhar made 30 runs, while Shadab scored 36 runs. In the end, the two sixes from Naseem sealed the deal for Pakistan, and they have qualified alongside Sri Lanka to play the finals. Here’s the most reliable source of our best cricket betting tips created to help Indian punters get the most out of their cricket wagers.