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Afghan U-19 Cricket Team Returns Home After Beating Bangladesh

The Afghan team won three matches, Bangladesh won one and one match was a draw after being rained out.

The Afghan U-19 national cricket team returned home on Monday after defeating hosts Bangladesh in the five match One Day International (ODI) series in Sylhet city.

The Afghan team won three matches, Bangladesh won one match, and one match was a draw after being rained out.

“After gaining permanent membership of the International Cricket Council, we showed the world that we had the right to get this position and we managed to defeat Bangladesh on their home ground,” said Bashir Stanikzai, development manager for the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB).

“We were able to defeat Bangladesh in the five match (series) that we played,” said Nawin-al-Haq the U-19 coach.

“Now that we have gained permanent membership of the International Cricket Council, we are a good team and we are trying to have a good sparkle in Asian and global competitions,” said Darwish Rasouly, a player.

ACB officials meanwhile said that after a short break for the U-19 national cricket team, players will play test matches in Kabul within the framework of the ICC.

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Afghan U-19 Cricket Team Returns Home After Beating Bangladesh

The Afghan team won three matches, Bangladesh won one and one match was a draw after being rained out.

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The Afghan U-19 national cricket team returned home on Monday after defeating hosts Bangladesh in the five match One Day International (ODI) series in Sylhet city.

The Afghan team won three matches, Bangladesh won one match, and one match was a draw after being rained out.

“After gaining permanent membership of the International Cricket Council, we showed the world that we had the right to get this position and we managed to defeat Bangladesh on their home ground,” said Bashir Stanikzai, development manager for the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB).

“We were able to defeat Bangladesh in the five match (series) that we played,” said Nawin-al-Haq the U-19 coach.

“Now that we have gained permanent membership of the International Cricket Council, we are a good team and we are trying to have a good sparkle in Asian and global competitions,” said Darwish Rasouly, a player.

ACB officials meanwhile said that after a short break for the U-19 national cricket team, players will play test matches in Kabul within the framework of the ICC.

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