Cricket News sort by Afghanistan

Former Australia captain Steve Smith, who was handed a one-year ban for ball-tampering, played down the lighter ban of four matches given to West Indian wicket-keeper batsman Nicholas Pooran for a similar offence.

Afghanistan captain Rashid Khan continued his impressive performance in the Chattogram Test against Bangladesh. The latter folded up for 173

Afghanistan's 23-run loss to West Indies in their last World Cup 2019 clash pretty much summed up the team's campaign in the tournament.

Afghanistan and West Indies, two of the teams who have been knocked out of the World Cup 2019, will look to finishing their disappointing campaign on a high when taking on each other in match number 42 at Headingley in Leeds.

On a high after beating South Africa and New Zealand, Pakistan would be looking to continue their winning run and keep their semi-final hopes alive when they face Afghanistan. The latter, on the other hand, would be seeking to play spoilsport by trying to cause an upset.

All-rounder Shakib Al Hasan starred with both bat and ball as Bangladesh defeated Afghanistan by 62 runs on Monday to keep their semi-final hopes alive.

On a high after an extremely impressive performance against India, the loss notwithstanding, Afghanistan would look to go one step ahead and upset Bangladesh

Enter Blog Content here.Afghanistan captain Gulbadin Naib said he was disappointed over his team's failure to get over the mark against India.

Team India will look to have some fun time out in the middle when they face a struggling Aghanistan in match number 28 of World Cup 2019 at Southampton on Saturday. While Afghanistan have lost all their five matches so far, India have won their three completed matches.