Afghanistan Skipper Mohammad Nabi After Loss To India


Afghanistan skipper Mohammad Nabi rues dropped catches

Following the loss, Afghanistan skipper Mohammad Nabi said in the post-match conference, It was really tough to play Pakistan the other night, tight game and straightaway next game is against India, totally tough.”

The Afghan skipper added, “We weren’t mentally prepared for that game. We tried our best to prepare but the boys were not ready mentally. Today we tried our best, with the way Kl and Kohli started, we dropped catches also and in the batting we didn’t expect that much swing.”

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Defending the target, Bhuvneshwar Kumar demolished the Afghanistan batting unit and finished his spell with the bowling figures of 4-1-4-5.

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Virat Kohli. (Photo: AFP)

After being restricted to 21/6, Afghanistan batters fought well and made a decent comeback. However, they were restricted to 111/8 in their 20 overs. Ibrahim Zadran top-scored for the side with unbeaten 64 runs in his bag.


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