Mohammad Shahzad and Hashmatullah Shahidi, the Afghanistan batsmen, have said that our side is going into the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 better structured than last time, aiming to add to their distinct win in the tournament so far.
Mohammad Shahzad and Hashmatullah Shahidi, the Afghanistan batsmen, have said that our side is going into the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 better organized than last time, aiming to add to their distinct win in the tournament so far.
In 2015, Afghanistan made history by qualifying for the Cricket World Cup. They exited the competition after the group stage, winning one game, but have gone from strength to effectiveness. They won the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Qualifier last year and ensured a spot in the tournament for the second uninterrupted time which makes supporters get their Cricket World Cup Tickets asap.
This time, they are looking at causing a few upsets. Shahidi, rebounding his captain’s recent comments to International Cricket Council, insisted they are no longer satisfied with just participating and are armed with a higher goal. “Now, it’s not like it was before. In 2015, people said it’s a conceited instant that Afghanistan is a part of the World Cup,” he told the ICC. “It’s not the time for that. Now, it’s time to say everyone else: ‘Wake up, Afghanistan is coming!”
Shahzad pointed out. “This time we are better prepared with spinners like Mujeeb, Rashid, Nabi and Zahir Khan in our ranks. We are trying our best to perform improved in the 2019 World Cup and beat four-five teams in the contest.”
We are trying our best to perform better in the Cricket World Cup 2019 and beat 4-5 teams in the competition-Mohammad Shahzad
“Our team has good fast bowlers who are clocking 140-plus balls. We train them in the nets and we’re used to facing class seam-bowling,” he mentioned.
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