Boom Boom Afridi hit six sixes, the unbeaten 59 runs in 17 balls gave the team a chance to win, See Video

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Boom Boom Afridi hit six sixes, the unbeaten 59 runs in 17 balls gave the team a chance to win, See Video: Captain Shahid Afridi did the job of reducing the difficulties of the Pashtuns who lost four wickets for 57 runs. When Afridi came on the field, he squandered fours and sixes. Afridi completed his half-century in just 14 balls.

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In the final of the second season of the T-10 league, the team of Pashtoons and Northern Warriors has made it to the final match. Between both teams, Sunday (December 2) is a title battle. In an important match played on Saturday before the final, Shahid Afridi’s team, Pashtuns, managed to make it to the final by defeating Northern Warriors by 13 runs. The Northern Warriors’ team has already entered the final. Warriors captain Darren Sammy won the toss and invited Pashtuns to bat first. Earlier, bowing to bat, the bowlers started off well and the team lost their first wicket on 9. After this, Andre Fletcher and Shafiqullah did the job of handling the team somewhat and carried the score beyond 40. Andre Fletcher was also caught by scoring 14 runs at 45 runs. After Fletcher was dismissed, the bowlers lost their wickets and quickly.

Captain Shahid Afridi did the job of reducing the difficulties of the Pashtuns who lost four wickets for 57 runs. When Afridi came on the field, he squandered fours and sixes. Afridi completed his half-century in just 14 balls. Aftudi’s unbeaten 59 runs in 17 balls, Paktunos managed to score 135 runs in 10 overs losing 5 wickets in 10 overs. Afridi made 3 fours and 7 sixes during his innings.

Chasing 136 runs, the start of Northern Warriors was poor and the team lost their two wickets at 15. However, Romain Powell made an effort of winning the unbeaten 80 not out in 35 balls, but he did not succeed in doing so. The Northern Warriors’ team could only manage 122 runs in four overs and lost 13 runs in 10 overs.