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Afghanistan made record score against Team India, this has never happened till date

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The first T20 match is being played between India and Afghanistan. In this match being played in Mohali, Team India captain Rohit Sharma won the toss and decided to bowl. During this, Afghanistan team, batting first, scored 158 runs after losing 5 wickets in 20 overs. With this innings, this Afghanistan team has also made a record in its name. The Afghanistan team, which is playing a T20 series against India for the first time, has already made a record in the first match.

Special record for Afghanistan

Afghanistan scored 158 runs in this match against India. This is the biggest score by Afghanistan against India in T20 format. Before this, he had never scored such a big score against Team India in this format. Afghanistan’s team had got a very good start in this match, but in the middle overs the team faltered a bit and they lost 3 wickets at the score of 57.

From there, Mohammad Nabi along with Azmatullah Omarzai took charge of Afghanistan’s innings and took the team’s score beyond 100 runs. Mohammad Nabi batted very fast during this period. Nabi scored 42 runs in just 27 balls. During this, he hit 2 fours and 3 sixes. Because of Nabi’s strong innings, Afghanistan set such a big target for India.

Amazing work of team India’s bowlers

Indian bowlers did not allow the Afghanistan team to score a big score on a batting pitch in Mohali. In the first innings, Mukesh Kumar and Akshar Patel took two wickets each for Team India. Shivam Dubey took one wicket. Arshdeep Singh gave a good start to Team India by bowling a maiden in the very first over of the match.

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