Shahidi: “At this level, you have to seize the opportunity”

 – Gudstory

Shahidi: “At this level, you have to seize the opportunity” – Gudstory

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Shahidi himself wasted a chance when Afghanistan bombed as many as five catches, mistaking a stump, to let New Zealand off the hook after they had taken 110 for 4 in the 22nd over.

“I’m very disappointed that at this level you have to take such hits. At the end of the day, [dropped] “The shots hurt us. The team was in good shape, but on the field, because of that we fell a little bit,” Shahidi said at the post-match presentation ceremony.

New Zealand reached 210 after 44 overs, but Glenn Phillips, Tom Latham and Mark Chapman beat the dead, smashing 78 runs in the last six overs.

Latham and Phillips, who pinned New Zealand to a 100-run stand until the 44-run mark, were given a reprieve and Shahidi said placing the batsmen in the middle made it difficult for them to stop the flow of runs.

“The last six overs, there were a lot of runs scored by the New Zealand team. However, we dropped two runs before the 40th over. So that partnership continued, and the batsmen were there, so we couldn’t stop them. We tried their skills. The best but it all worked out.” On their way.”


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