Aakash Chopra warns teams about Afghanistan's form before the 2023 World Cup“Rule them out at your own Peril”

“Rule them out at your own Peril”Aakash Chopra warns teams about Afghanistan’s form before the 2023 World Cup. At Chattogram’s Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Afghanistan defeated Bangladesh by a commanding score of 142 runs in the second One-Day International. 

Afghanistan now had its first-ever ODI series victory. Recall that Afghanistan had won the first game utilising the DLS technique by 17 runs, taking a 2-0 series lead into the third and final game, which is set for Tuesday, July 11, also in Chattogram.

Former opener Aakash Chopra praised Afghanistan for their incredible feat of defeating Bangladesh in the ODI series. Chopra, on the other hand, criticised the Indian squad, pointing out that during their previous tour, they had lost to Bangladesh. He specifically referred to the India-Bangladesh series in which Rohit Sharma’s injury caused India to drop the first two ODIs. Ishan Kishan, the wicketkeeper-batter in the final game, delivered a brilliant performance that helped India win the third ODI.

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Aakash Chopra warns teams about Afg's form before the 2023 World Cup

“Afghanistan has won both games,” Aakash Chopra said. They defeated Bangladesh right in front of them. The same Bangladesh where we dropped the series is this one. When Rohit was hurt, the Indian team lost the series and fell behind 2-0, but Ishan Kishan dominated them in the final game to give India the victory. 

Later, he remarked, “They created a web of spin; the spinners continuously plucked off wickets. Batting has produced strikes from Rahmanullah Gurbaz and Ibrahim Zadran. Rule them out at your own peril, according to Afghanistan, who claim that these conditions are also subcontinental and will be comparable at the World Cup in India.

The 45-year-old continued by saying that the game’s spinners from Afghanistan were crucial since they frequently claimed wickets. He also praised the openers Rahmanullah Gurbaz and Ibrahim Zadran for their 256-run opening-wicket stand. According to Chopra, Afghanistan will benefit from the victory in subcontinental circumstances when they compete in the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2023, which starts in October.

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