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World T20: Afghanistan reach 123/7 in 20 overs against West Indies

West Indies will aim to maintain their winning momentum and enter the knockout stages unbeaten when they take on a spirited Afghanistan in their final Group 1 clash at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium on Sunday.

world t20 Updated: Mar 27, 2016 16:28 IST
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West Indies players celebrate after the wicket of Afghanistan batsman Usman Ghani.
West Indies players celebrate after the wicket of Afghanistan batsman Usman Ghani. (AFP Photo)

Afghanistan reach 123/7 at the end of their innings against West Indies at Nagpur on Sunday.

Over 19: 9 runs off the over. AFG 112/7

Over 18: 10 runs off the over. AFG 103/6

Over 17: 4 runs and a wicket off the over. AFG 93/6

Over 16: 13 runs off the over. AFG 89/5

Over 15: 9 runs from the over. AFG 76/5

Over 14: Another 5 runs off the over. AFG 67/5

Over 13: 5 runs off the over. AFG 62/5

Over 12: 4 runs and a wicket off the over. AFG 57/5

Over 11: 1 run and a wicket off the over. AFG 53/4

10.2 Benn to Samiullah Shenwari, OUT

Late-cut to Sammy at the first and lone slip who takes a very slick, smart catch, low to his right. Shenwari looks aghast and confused at his stroke, as indeed we all are.

Over 10: 8 runs and a wicket off the over. AFG 52/3

Over 9: 4 runs off the over. AFG 44/2

Over 8: 2 runs off the over. AFG 40/2

Over 7: 5 runs off the over. AFG 38/2

Over 6: 2 runs and a wicket off the over. AFG 33/2

Over 5: 4 runs off the over. AFG 31/1

Over 4: 8 runs off the over. AFG 27/1

Over 3: 11 runs off the over. AFG 19/1

Over 2: 3 runs off the over, AFG 8/1

1.5 Badree to Usman Ghani, OUT

The wrong’un and Ghani doesn’t pick it, the ball turning nicely through the gate.

Over 1: 5 runs off the over. AFG 5/0

With the World Twenty20 semi-finals berth already secured, the West Indies will aim to maintain their winning momentum and enter the knockout stages unbeaten when they take on a spirited Afghanistan in their final Group 1 clash at the Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali on Sunday.

Afghanistan XI: M Shahzad, U Ghani, A Stanikzai, M Nabi, G Naib, S Shenwari, N Zadran, S Shafiq, R Khan, A Hamza, H Hassan

West Indies XI: J Charles, E Lewis, M Samuels, A Fletcher, DJ Bravo, D Ramdin, A Russell, D Sammy, C Brathwaite, S Badree, S Benn