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Rashid Khan Shares Special Message for Fans Ahead of First World Cup Semi Final – WATCH

Afghanistan captain Rashid Khan took to social media on Wednesday to address supporters ahead of the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 semifinal match against South Africa. This crucial game, set for Thursday in Tarouba, Trinidad and Tobago, offers Afghanistan a historic chance to reach the final of a Cricket World Cup in any white-ball format […]

Rashid Khan Shares Special Message for Fans Ahead of First World Cup Semi Final - WATCH
Rashid Khan Shares Special Message for Fans Ahead of First World Cup Semi Final - WATCH

Afghanistan captain Rashid Khan took to social media on Wednesday to address supporters ahead of the ICC T20 World Cup 2024 semifinal match against South Africa. This crucial game, set for Thursday in Tarouba, Trinidad and Tobago, offers Afghanistan a historic chance to reach the final of a Cricket World Cup in any white-ball format for the first time.

Afghanistan’s journey to the semifinals has been remarkable, demonstrating their steady improvement in T20 cricket. They have successfully faced top-ranked teams, including New Zealand and Australia, showcasing their growing prowess in the sport.

Rashid Khan’s video message, shared on the Afghanistan Cricket Board’s social media, urged fans to rally behind the team in this momentous match. The board’s post read: “The skipper Rashid Khan calls on the #AfghanAtalan’s fans to support the team as they prepare to play their first-ever #T20WorldCup Semi-Final, starting tomorrow morning in Trinidad.”

Here’s a look at Afghanistan’s road to the semifinals:

– vs Uganda: Won by 125 runs
– vs New Zealand: Won by 84 runs
– vs Papua New Guinea: Won by 7 wickets
– vs West Indies: Lost by 104 runs
– vs India: Lost by 47 runs
– vs Australia: Won by 21 runs
– vs Bangladesh: Won by 8 runs (Match reduced to 19 overs due to rain, DLS target 114)

As Afghanistan prepares to face South Africa, both teams are eager to secure their place in the final, promising an exciting and closely contested match.

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