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Afghanistan Thumps Ireland In Desert T20 Finals

Mohammad Nabi delivered the goods once again for Afghanistan as his four-wicket haul helped his side win the inaugural Desert T20 Challenge.
 
His four for 10 helped Afghanistan blow Ireland away for just 71 runs in the final in Dubai, reported Cricbuzz.
 
The other bowlers too made their marks as Amir Hamza, Fareed Ahmad and Karim Janat all picked up two wickets apiece to leave Ireland in tatters.
 
In reply, Afghanistan galloped to the target in just 7.5 overs and with 10 overs to spare, with Mohammad Shahzad smacking an unbeaten 52 off 40 balls, while fellow opener Nawroz Mangal (17 off 8) playing second fiddle.
 
With both bat and ball, Nabi has been one of Afghanistan's most consistent performers over the course of the eight-team tournament. And he proved again why he is the lynchpin in the Afghanistan team with a stunning spell, reported Cricbuzz.
 
In just fourteen balls, Nabi struck to remove captain William Porterfield, opener Paul Stirling, Kevin O'Brien and number 11 Craig Young and put Afghanistan in complete control.
 
This after Ireland had won the toss and elected to bat first.
 
Fareed Ahmad had started the proceedings with the wicket of Stuart Poynter, before Nabi wreaked havoc with three wickets in six balls.
 
Afghanistan finished the tournament unbeaten.

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Afghanistan Thumps Ireland In Desert T20 Finals

Amir Hamza, Fareed Ahmad and Karim Janat all picked up two wickets while Mohammad Nabi hauled in four wickets.

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Mohammad Nabi delivered the goods once again for Afghanistan as his four-wicket haul helped his side win the inaugural Desert T20 Challenge.
 
His four for 10 helped Afghanistan blow Ireland away for just 71 runs in the final in Dubai, reported Cricbuzz.
 
The other bowlers too made their marks as Amir Hamza, Fareed Ahmad and Karim Janat all picked up two wickets apiece to leave Ireland in tatters.
 
In reply, Afghanistan galloped to the target in just 7.5 overs and with 10 overs to spare, with Mohammad Shahzad smacking an unbeaten 52 off 40 balls, while fellow opener Nawroz Mangal (17 off 8) playing second fiddle.
 
With both bat and ball, Nabi has been one of Afghanistan's most consistent performers over the course of the eight-team tournament. And he proved again why he is the lynchpin in the Afghanistan team with a stunning spell, reported Cricbuzz.
 
In just fourteen balls, Nabi struck to remove captain William Porterfield, opener Paul Stirling, Kevin O'Brien and number 11 Craig Young and put Afghanistan in complete control.
 
This after Ireland had won the toss and elected to bat first.
 
Fareed Ahmad had started the proceedings with the wicket of Stuart Poynter, before Nabi wreaked havoc with three wickets in six balls.
 
Afghanistan finished the tournament unbeaten.

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