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             A clean sweep away from home in the ODIs, second in the points table for the World Super League - Afghanistan can rejoice with their efforts thus far in this tour. However, they will be back on the same ground against the same opposition a couple of days from now for the T20I games. Join us then, for now it is farewell from us in the commentary team. Goodbye and stay safe...
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             Rahmat Shah, Man of the Series: Looking into the importance of the series, we wanted to win all three. Before coming here, we had a camp in Abu Dhabi and we came here a little earlier, that has helped us a lot.
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             Rashid Khan, Man of the Match: I think it was all about the bowling unit this series. We just kept things simple, hit the right areas. Mujeeb, the way he bowled, the way Fareed and Fazal started the innings, made things easier for us. It was a difficult surface to bat on, you had to be fully prepared and work hard on areas to score at. We bowled in the right areas and so did they, but as a batting unit we took responsibility this series, very happy with that.
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             Hashmatullah Shahidi, Afghanistan captain: Proud moment for me, very proud with the way the team played. Tough time while I was batting, but I will take those for my country. Our aim was to take 30 points from these games, now we are second on the World Super League series. Nabi, Rashid played well today, very happy with that. Nabi is the captain of the T20I team, I wish him the best of luck.
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             Craig Ervine, Zimbabwe captain: I think we played well in sessions with the ball and bat, but couldn't stitch partnerships for long enough. Today's wicket was the toughest and the bowlers came out fighting and gave us a slim chance of victory. We don't have a lot of time to reflect as we are back here in a couple of days for the T20Is, so we need to get together quickly and come up with a solution. Credit to Blessing (Muzarabani) for the way he bowled today.
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             15:52 Local Time, 13:52 GMT, 19:22 IST: Afghanistan complete a 3-0 whitewash and have now moved ahead of England in the ICC World Cup Super League, with 95 points, behind Bangladesh. Who'd have thought these two teams would be headlining the table at this stage of the league? But that's how cricket rolls and the visitors have made a statement once again. 136 wasn't going to be enough, but the hosts fought gamely, with their opening bowling pair threatening to slice through the visitors. But with not enough on the board, Afghanistan could take their time and needed one solid innings to steer them home. That came from skipper Hashmatullah Shahidi, who made 38 and senior statesman Mohammad Nabi applied the finishing touches, with 34*. Muzarabani and Chatara were impressive for the hosts, but once they were off the attack, it became easier for the batters to score. Presentations coming up in a while..
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             37.4 Ryan Burl to Nabi, SIX, that'll do it for Afghanistan, Nabi with the winning hit, a monstrous pull over mid-wicket for a maximum - was dragged down short by Burl and Nabi made him pay
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             37.3 Ryan Burl to Nabi, no run, fraction short and wide of off, chopped behind point where Chatara dives to his left and makes a one-handed stop
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             37.2 Ryan Burl to Nabi, no run, flighted delivery on the leg-stump line, pushed off the back-foot to the on-side
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             37.1 Ryan Burl to Rashid Khan, 3 runs, tossed up just outside off - Rashid gets down low and then sweeps it backward of square on the on-side, was running away to the ropes and needed a sprawling effort from Myers, to push the ball back in, saved a run for his team
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             AFG: 128-6 after 37 overs
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             36.6 Chatara to Rashid Khan, 3 runs, on a good length and at the stumps, Rashid leans across, lets the ball come and then flicks it in front of square on the on-side, long chase for the man from mid-wicket and he's back for the third
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             36.5 Chatara to Nabi, 1 run, back of a length and just outside off, steered square on the off-side for a single
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             36.4 Chatara to Nabi, 2 runs, fuller length delivery and shaping away from the right-hander, Nabi has it covered as he places the drive wide of cover, back for the second
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             36.3 Chatara to Nabi, no run, on a good length and well wide of off, Nabi chops it down to backward point
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             One slip in place
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             36.2 Chatara to Nabi, no run, extra bounce on this back of a length delivery outside off from Chatara - Nabi was looking to run it down towards third man and nearly edged it through to the keeper
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             36.1 Chatara to Nabi, FOUR, lovely shot, banged in short by Chatara, Nabi swivels across, rolled his wrists over and placed the pull in front of square on the on-side for a boundary
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             AFG: 118-6 after 36 overs
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             35.6 Ryan Burl to Rashid Khan, no run, tossed up at the stumps, Rashid gets down low and finds backward square with the sweep
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             Rashid Khan, right handed bat, comes to the crease
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             35.5 Ryan Burl to Azmatullah, out Caught by Dion Myers!! Catching practice for Myers at cover - dropped short on this leg-break by Burl , Omarzai had plenty of time on the cut, backs away and slaps it straight to Myers instead. He puts his head down in dismay, Zimbabwe have their sixth, with 18 runs still needed. Azmatullah c Dion Myers b Ryan Burl 9(15) [4s-2]
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