full, on leg, driven through midwicket all along the ground for the winning runs
Nepal just didn't have enough runs on the board, another 50 runs by them would have the game very interesting.Still, they made it as difficult as possible for Afghanistan but it was Afghanistan's bowlers, Rashid Khan in particular with his 4-22, backed up by Tariq Stanikzai who reeled off five consecutive maidens at the core of Nepal's innings, who won Afghanistan the match.
Aziz: "Love the spirit of Nepal fans still there's a hope to win this game and it's all over for them. Congrats Afghanistan U19s for making it to the World Cup for the 3rd consecutive time. "
Not yet 100% Afghanistan's title, they have to beat Kuwait tomorrow to be absolutely sure, still mathematically possible for Nepal or UAE to catch them if they lose. We'll be back from an increasingly chilly Kuwait for these four teams' matches tomorrow. Thank you for being with us for today's game. About a thousand staying on for the presentations conducted by ACC Match Referre Aminul Islam with the presence of the Afghanistan and Nepal Ambassadors to Kuwait. Rashid Khan the leg-spinner is Man of the Match.
full, driven to mid-off
full, driven to mid on, has to hurry to beat the throw to the bowler's end
full, crisply driven through mid-off
forward to drive to mid off
full, well-timed drive to mid on, takes the pace off
Siddhartha barn (Sing): "Can there be a twist in the tail now?"
played off the back foot to cover
forward to play to leg
quicker delivery, back in the crease to defend
beaten outside off, delivery zipping away off a good length
full, played to leg
forward to defend back up the track
full, played to mid on
into the pads
full, driven to long-off
back of a length, on off, angled bat down to third man