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Asia Cup: Pakistan Beat Afghanistan In Nail-Biting Encounter
Afghanistan set Pakistan a 258-run focus to pursue in their Asia Cup 2018 Super Four match in Abu Dhabi. The match was chosen in the simple last over, as Pakistan pursued the objective with just three balls to save.

Pakistan began the innings consistently and went out on a limb, all the more so because of the loss of Fakhar Zaman right off the bat in the innings. Zaman was declared leg before wicket without alarming the scorers.

Toward the finish of the initial 15 overs, Pakistan had figured out how to put just 57 runs on the board for the loss of one wicket.

Opener Imam-ul-Haq cooperated with Babar Azam to manufacture a not too bad second-wicket partnership of 154 runs. Imam scored 80 preceding being run out, while Babar searched unfaltering for his 66.

However, it was Shoaib Malik who featured for Pakistan, scoring a rankling of 51 runs off 43 balls to see his group through.

After Asghar Afghan, the Afghanistan captain, won the hurl and chose to bat first, Mohammad Shahzad and Ihsanullah opened their innings, though Usman Shinwari and Shaheen Afridi shared the new ball for Pakistan.

With the southpaw pacers knocking down some pins a tight line and length, Afghan pacers discovered runs hard to get in the initial five overs, and oversaw only 20 runs. The absence of runs forced them to play some careless strokes however luckily for them their mix-ups didn't change over into rejections.

Pakistan's old evil presences in the field raised their head in the eighth over when Ishanullah was dropped on consecutive Afridi conveyances, first by Fakhar Zaman and after that Shinwari.

The leap forward at long last came in the ninth over when Ihsanullah was gotten and knocked down some pins by Mohammad Nawaz. While the bowler merited credit, it is unjustifiable to not say the weight captain Sarfraz Ahmed had made for the batsman from behind the wicket with his relentless vocals in the development.

On the primary chunk of the eleventh, Nawaz had Shahzad gotten behind, which, which when joined with his wicket on the last bundle of the past over, put him on a cap deceive; it didn't occur however.

Runs were at that point hard to get a hold of, and the twin blow did not encourage the Afghan reason. Before the finish of 15 overs, they were slacking at 57-2, with Hashmatullah Shahidi and Rahmat Shah in the center.

The combine proceeded with their careful batting for the following five overs, taking the score to 74-0 toward the finish of the twentieth.

With limits an irregularity, Shahidi and Shah did the astute thing by depending on singles and copies, taking to score to 93-2 after 25 overs.

Their 63-run stand at long last arrived at and end in the 26th over when Nawaz rehashed his got and-knocked down some pins trap, this time sending back Shah (36 off 51 balls) to get his third wicket.

Afghan captain strolled in to join Shahidi however their consistent, unspectacular methodology did not change. Toward the finish of the 30th over, they were 116-3.

In the 36th over, the mindful methodology was at long last abstained from for a more daring one, with Asghar hitting a four and a six to a generally fantastic Nawaz.

Both Shahidi and Asghar raised their half-hundreds of years in the 40th over, toward the finish of which there score was 170-3.

After Sohail dropped the diversion's third match off Afridi's rocking the bowling alley, the debutant took the issues in his own hands, knocking down some pins out the Afghan captain Asghar (67) in the 42nd over.

The following over observed another catch dropped — the diversion's fourth until that point — with the blameworthy party being Afridi himself.

Afridi got his second of the night in the 44th over, with the unsafe Mohammad Nabi leaving when Hasan Ali selected to not take after the diversion prevailing fashion of dropping simple gets.

With only five overs left in the innings, Afghanistan were 206-5 and looking at an aggregate more like 250.

Hasan knocked down some pins out Najibullah Zadran in the 47th over and did likewise to Shahidi in the penultimate over, just to see his ball pronounced a no-ball. The resultant free-hit was dispatched for four as Afghanistan achieved 242 with only one over left.

Shahidi, subsequent to being given a life saver by Hasan's overstretching foot, found an additional apparatus and smacked a few more limits.

Regardless of that late whirlwind, the left-hander couldn't get his century, completing only three runs short. Afghanistan, in the interim, completed their innings at 257-6.

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