The Asian Cup Super 4 match between Afghanistan and Pakistan will forever be remembered as one of the most exciting T20 matches of all time. The game had its ups and downs, and in the end, Pakistan won by one wicket.pacemaker Nasim Shah was the star of the show as he hit sixes on the first two balls of the final to secure his team a place in the final. After the game, however, there were some ugly scenes on the pitch after seeing the Afghan fans break their chairs, and even a brawl between supporters of Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Video of uproar shared on Twitter by ex-Pakistan walker Shoib Akhtar He wrote: “This is what the Afghan fans are doing. This is what they have done many times in the past. This is a game that should be played in the right spirit. @ShafiqStanikzai your audience and your players if you Both have to learn something to grow in the sport.”
That’s what Afghan fans are doing.
This is something they have done many times in the past. This is a game that should be played and accepted in the right spirit.@ShafiqStanikzai If you want to grow in the sport, your crowd and your players need to learn something. pic.twitter.com/rg57D0c7t8
— Shoaib Akhtar (@shoaib100mph) September 7, 2022
Notably, Akhtar tagged Shafiq Stanikzai, who happens to be the former CEO of the Afghanistan Cricket Board, in his post.
In Akhtar’s tweet, Steinick Zai also replied: “You can’t control the emotions of the crowd, and something like this has happened in the world of cricket, you should ask Kabir Khan, Inzimam Bhai and @iRashidLatif68 on how we treat them.I’ll give you advice next time Batco nation Pematrina. “
You can’t control the emotions of the crowd, something like this happens in the cricket world, you should ask Kabir Khan, Inzimam Bhai and @iRashidLatif68 how we treat them.next time baat ko national pe Mat lena give you a suggestion https://t.co/JQTgzWBNqL
— ShafiqStanikzai (@ShafiqStanikzai) September 7, 2022
Talking about the match between Afghanistan and Pakistan, the former batted first and went 129/6 in 20 overs. Chasing 130, Pakistan cruised at a stage at 87/3 in the 16th inning. From there, however, Pakistan crumbled and they led 118/9 in their penultimate match.
In the final, they needed 11 points to win, and Nassim Shah ended up being a hero for Pakistan.
Ali nearly hit the Afghan Pacers with his bat and his temper was seen burning.
Pakistan’s players also celebrated with ecstasy after securing a place in the Asian Cup final, with some wild scenes in Sharjah.
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