For the Afgh.stan cricket team, June 23 has become the most memorable day in their cricket history. In the Super 8 round of the T20 World Cup 2024, the Afghan team won the match against Australia by 21 runs. No one expected this result but the Afgh.stan team once again proved everyone wrong with their performance and also won hearts.

After this match, the happiness of the Afghan team was seen on the field, while the team also celebrated in the bus while returning from the stadium to the hotel, the video of which is going viral on social media.

Bravo danced with the team

For the T20 World Cup 2024, the Afgh.stan team has appointed former West Indies all-rounder Dwayne Bravo as their bowling coach. Bravo was also seen very active during this match where he was standing near the boundary line and constantly advising the bowlers of the Afghan team. After winning this match, his happiness was clearly visible inside the field as well. Later, when the team was returning to the hotel by bus, he was seen dancing with the Afghan team to Bravo’s hit song Champion-Champion. The video of this entire celebration has been posted by Afgh.stan team’s star player Mohammad Nabi on the social media platform Instagram.



This is a big win for us as a team and as a country.

Rashid Khan, who is captaining the Afgh.stan team in this tournament, said after the victory in this match that this is a big victory for us as a team and a country. This is a wonderful feeling which we were missing for the last two years. I am very happy with this victory and I am proud of my players. 148 runs was a good score on this wicket but we did not perform as well with the bat as we should have. Our opening batsmen gave us a very good start. Even after this we kept faith in ourselves. We were waiting for this for a long time. This is a proud moment for us and our country. This is a big achievement for our cricket. We finally managed to defeat Australia. Our history in cricket is not rich, so this victory is very big for us.

Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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