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Rashid, Bumrah joint No.1 in ODI rankings

The Afghanistan legspinner became the youngest No.1 in men's rankings history while Virat Kohli breached 900 points in ODIs to complete a rare double

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Mujeeb's maiden five-for seals Afghanistan's series win

The mystery spinner did the bulk of the damage as Zimbabwe collapsed to 134 all out. It only took Afghanistan 21.1 overs to chase that down without loss, with Mohammad Shahzad and Ihsanullah making unbeaten half-centuries

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Sussex pull off Rashid Khan coup

Rashid Khan, one of T20's hottest properties, will team up again with Jason Gillespie when he joins Sussex in the first half of the T20 Blast

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Rashid trips up Zimbabwe, Nabi seals the deal

An all-round effort from the bowlers restricted Zimbabwe to a below-par score in Sharjah, following which Nabi's 27-ball blitz ensured Afghanistan chased the target down with more than five overs to spare

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Australia brace for Afghanistan mystery spin

The threat of Mujeeb Zadran and Zahir Khan is substantial but captain Jason Sangha has reiterated that he wants his players to concentrate on their game

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Mujeeb Zadran, the mystery spinner from Khost

Kings XI Punjab's new recruit from Afghanistan is a 16-year-old who bowls offbreaks, legbreaks, the carrom ball and the googly, and can't get enough of Real Madrid merchandise

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Australia halt Afghanistan's run in semi-finals

Three-time champions Australia will now face the winner of the second semi-final, to be played between India and Pakistan on Tuesday

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Tragedy spurs Afghanistan to unprecedented heights

Naveen-ul-Haq, the Afghanistan Under-19 captain, has dedicated the team's maiden entry into the World Cup semi-finals to the victims of the attacks that have rocked Jalalabad and Kabul over the last two days

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