IND Vs AFG: Shivam-Yashaswi beat Afghanistan, Team India's second win in a row | India beats Afghanistan 2nd T20 Match Full Scorecard and Report know in Punjabi Punjabi news

IND Vs AFG: Shivam-Yashaswi beat Afghanistan, Team India's second win in a row |  India beats Afghanistan 2nd T20 Match Full Scorecard and Report know in Punjabi Punjabi news

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What was seen two days ago in Mohali, the same scene was also seen in Indore. The Indian cricket team also defeated Afghanistan in a one-sided manner in the second T20 match played in Indore. In the second match in a row, on the back of Shivam Dubey's (63 not out, 1/36) explosive half-century, Team India won by 6 wickets and captured the series. Apart from Dubey, Yashaswi Jaiswal (68) also scored a powerful half-century on his return to the team, while Virat Kohli, who returned after 14 months, also showed his intentions by playing a short but fast-paced innings. However, before this, Akshar Patel prevented Afghanistan from making a big score with his powerful bowling in the second match in a row.

Indian fans also got to see the same performance of their team at the Holkar Stadium in Indore, which they expected. In particular, fans got to see the return of Virat Kohli and some of his best shots. Kohli-Kohli slogans were raised several times throughout the match. Finally, Virat is returning to the T20 team after 14 months. Kohli also did not disappoint and entertained the fans with his fast batting.

Roses and letters shine

However, Akshar Patel and Arshdeep Singh laid the foundation for Team India's victory. Afghanistan tried to bat fast but none of the Indian top-order batsmen except Gulbadin Naib could dominate the bowlers. All-rounder Gulbadin, who was promoted to number three, surprising everyone, attacked the Indian bowlers and scored a half-century in just 28 balls. Akshar Patel brought relief to India by dismissing Naib in the 12th over. Naib scored a quick 57 runs off just 35 balls.

Apart from him, no other batsman could do anything special for the team. Afghanistan's score was only 134 runs till the 17th over, but then the lower order bowlers showed a remarkable performance with the bat. Karim Janat scored 20 runs in just 10 balls and Mujeeb ur Rahman scored 21 runs in 9 balls to take the team to 172 runs. In the last over of the innings, Arshdeep himself took 2 wickets, while 2 run outs also took place.

Rohit failed again, Virat came back

The target was not too big for Team India and Yashshwi Jaiswal showed his intentions by hitting a boundary on the very first ball but after 3 balls that happened. No one expected him. Captain Rohit Sharma came on strike on the fifth ball of the first over. He was facing the first ball but was bowled while trying to play a forward shot at Fazalhaq Farooqui. In this way, Rohit could not open his account in the second match in a row.

Jaiswal-Shivam Dubey's explosive style

Then Virat came to the crease. All eyes were on whether he would be able to answer the debate about his strike rate or not. In the second over, Kohli responded by hitting 2 fours on spinner Mujeeb ur Rahman. On the other hand, Yashaswi, continuing his excellent form, hit 2 sixes in Fazalhaq Farooqui's over while hitting 3 consecutive fours in Mujeeb's over. Kohli became a victim of Naveen Ul Haq by scoring 29 runs in 16 balls.

However, Yashaswi's attack did not stop and he continued to hit fours. The young opener completed his half-century in just 27 balls. Shivam Dubey continued his form from last match here and was more aggressive this time. Dubey hits 3 consecutive sixes on Mohammad Nabi. Dubey completed his second consecutive half-century in just 22 balls. There was a partnership of 92 runs in 42 balls between the two. Jitesh Sharma who came after Jaiswal's dismissal also left early but once again Rinku Singh along with Dubey ended the game in 15.4 overs.

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