Captain Shadab Khan created history again
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Captain Shadab Khan created history again

The second T20 captain for Pakistan, Shadab Khan, may not have been able to prevent
his team from losing the series to Afghanistan, but saved his team from being a please
pick in the third match against them, but made a record T20 cricket – Big B For and the
name of Shadab Khan the record in cricket against Afghanistan was won by Pakistan in
the third T20 match played against Afghanistan in Sharjah, rather than in a three-match
series. But in the third match, Pakistan beat Afghanistan to keep their winning streak

In the match, Pakistan set a target of 183 runs for victory in front of Afghanistan. In
response, the host team got the third T20 match ticket by 66 runs, as well as this match
became very special for Shadab Khan, who was captaining Pakistan in the T20 series.
Darshan Shadab Khan against Afghanistan Big achievement in his name and Shadab
Khan Shadab is at number six. New Zealand fast bowler Tim Southee has the most
134 wickets. Apart from this, Shakib Al Hasan of Bangladesh has 114 wickets in the
name of Rashid Khan’s New Zealand study and Lasith Malinga of Sri Lanka has 107

Three wickets for 30 runs. Shadab Khan has 101 wickets in International T20 cricket.
By the way, this is the first time when Afghanistan has played against Pakistan in six
teams, Pakistan is the only team against which they have won a T20 series in
Afghanistan. In the third T20 for Pakistan, Azmatullah Umar ji got out after scoring 17
runs with the help of 21 runs. Not so except Captain Shadab Khan from Pakistan.

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