“To Those Sent Back From Pakistan To Afghanistan”: Afghan Star Ibrahim Zadran On Winning Player Of The Match | Cricket News

After taking part in a match-winning knock towards Pakistan, Afghanistan batter Ibrahim Zadran made an enormous assertion after successful the Player of the Match (POTM) award for his swashbuckling 87-run knock within the ICC World Cup 2023. Zadran devoted his Player of the Match award to the Afghans who had been deported from Pakistan. “I am feeling very glad for myself and for my country. I want to dedicate this man of the match award to those who are sent back to Afghanistan from Pakistan,” Zadran stated in a post-match presentation.

Zadran top-scored with 87, Shah was unbeaten on 77, and Gurbaz hit 65 off 53 balls. Captain Hasmatullah Shahidi additionally made an vital contribution, scoring 48 runs off 45 balls.

“I wanted to go out there with a positive mind and positive intent, and I did it. We (Gurbaz and himself) have played a lot of cricket with each other, we have good communication while running between the wickets as we have been playing together since under-16 days,” stated the Afghanistan opener.

Zadran hailed Gurbaz and stated that the opener helped and supported him. The duo stitched up a stable 130-run partnership stand.

“The way Gurbaz supported me – that helped me and we got the momentum in our favour. I am feeling great for myself and my country,” he added.

The state-run radio of Pakistan has reported that 3,248 Afghan refugees have been returned to Afghanistan from Pakistan in a single day on October 21, Khaama Press reported. According to Pakistani authorities, greater than 51,000 Afghans have been deported for the reason that deadline for the expulsion of undocumented migrants was introduced.

According to a Pakistan-based news each day, the federal government’s choice to limit border crossing to solely these with legitimate passports and visas will come into impact on November 1, and after that, nobody will probably be allowed to cross the Pak-Afghan border utilizing a Pakistani identification card or Afghan allow. Approximately 1.73 million Afghans in Pakistan lack authorized documentation.

Afghanistan created historical past by trouncing Pakistan for the primary time in ODIs, courtesy of a wonderful batting show by the highest 4 batters and Noor Ahmed’s excellent three-wicket haul.

Pakistan’s sad knack of slipping on banana skins resurfaced but once more because it turned out to be a red-letter day for the Afghanistan facet as they induced a large upset by trouncing ‘Men in Green’ by 8 wickets in Chennai.

Rahmanullah Gurbaz (65) Ibrahim Zadran (87) and Rahmat Shah (77)* starred with the bat to assist Afghanistan register a commanding upset triumph.

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