In the Super 4 match between Afghanistan and Pakistan (AFG Vs Pak) played in the Asia Cup 2022 on Wednesday, the Pakistan team led by Babar Azam won by one wicket in a thrilling match. Of. After winning the target of 130 runs in 19.2 overs, Pakistan sealed their place with Sri Lanka in the final of the Asia Cup. Pakistan’s victory in the last over became a topic of discussion in world cricket, with Pakistani cricketer Asif Ali and Afghan bowler Farid Ahmed having a debate on the field.
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When Pakistan needed 21 runs from 12 balls to win, Afghanistan captain Mohammad Nabi decided to hand the bowling over to fast bowler Farid Ahmed, who by then had taken a wicket for 21 runs in 3 overs. Asif Ali took a single off the first ball of the over and Hamad bowled Haris Rauf off the very next ball. The bowler hit no. 10 batsman Naseem Shah took a single.
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Now Pakistan needed 18 runs to win from 9 balls, when Asif hit a six in mid-wicket off the fourth ball. However, in the last ball of the over, Ahmed made a short delivery at 114 kmph, then the Pakistan batsman played a pull shot. Asif’s shot was caught by Karim Janat, which reduced Pakistan’s score to 118/9 in 19.5 overs.
He did not like celebrating Farid after Ali was dismissed and Ali stayed there. Angry at Farid’s celebration, Ali stared at Farid and pushed him and fired a bat at him. On this, Farid also had a slight scuffle between the two, but the two players parted after defending between the umpires and other Afghan players. Despite Afghanistan’s defeat, the tussle between Farid and Asif Ali remains a matter of discussion.
After this, Naseem Shah hit consecutive sixes in the first two balls of Farooqui’s final over and took Pakistan to the final of the Asia Cup 2022. Pakistan’s victory took Afghanistan and India out of the race for the final. Pakistan will now face Sri Lanka in the final to be held on September 11.
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