T20 World Cup : Afghanistan Beat Uganda By 125 Runs

This article mentions the T20 World Cup match between Afghanistan and Uganda. Afghanistan beat Uganda by 125 runs in their opening game 

T20 World Cup match number 5: Uganda vs. Afghanistan Uganda elected to bowl first after winning the toss; however, this did not work out well for them. Afghanistan’s openers made a fantastic start while they were batting first. By putting up a partnership of 154 runs for the first wicket, they gave Afghanistan a strong start.

Afghanistan’s Batting Sets the Stage

Gurbaz and Zardan, the opening batsmen for Afghanistan, set the first batting order up well. Ibrahim Zadran scored 70 runs in 46 balls, while Gurbaz scored 76 in 45 balls. Together, they scored 154 runs in 14 overs, their first wicket partnership. The Afghanistan squad scored 183 runs because of their early start.


Uganda Collapses Under Afghan Bowling Pressure

Uganda Collapses Under Afghan Bowling Pressure

Uganda’s batting collapsed against a difficult 184-run target. Their batsmen were unable to cope with the Afghan bowling attack. As the main bowler, Fazalhaq Farooqi took five wickets in his four overs. Uganda was only able to score 58 runs in 16 overs thanks to the contributions of the remaining Afghan bowlers, who all claimed wickets. With 14 runs, Robinson Obuya was the top scorer for the Ugandan team.

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A Clinical Performance by Afghanistan

Afghanistan gave a great performance. Their bowlers made sure they won effectively, while their openers set a strong platform. In their future games, they hope to build on this momentum. on the other hand, Uganda needs to recover and figure out how to get better at bat if they want to win the tournament.

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Match Score and Key Performance 

  • Afghanistan: 183/5
  • Key Performance: Gurbaz 76 (45), Fazalhaq Farooqi 9/5
  • Uganda: 58/10
  • Key Performance: Robinson Obuya 14 (25), Brian Masaba 21/2

Looking Forward to the Next Games of the T20 World Cup 

Uganda faced a terrible loss and will need to step up in their upcoming matches. Afghanistan, on the other hand, is hoping to take advantage of this momentum as the competition continues. Both teams will be driven to win the remaining games. For both teams, this is their first game.