The exclusive match is being undertaken by the Afghanistan and Pakistan U19 teams to enter the match with optimist thoughts to stay positive all the time to play perfectly in the game without any tension.
The past of both the teams was memorable as the Afghanistan U19 team won by 5 wickets with the support of Darwish Rasooli and Ikram Alikhil. After this, Afghanistan again hit in the match by superb scores of 85 runs, just because of the batting kings Sediqullah Atal and Rahmanullah.
After this, Pakistan finally came ahead with winning mindsets and took victory by 6 wickets in that match when Mohammad Huraira and Mohammad Haris were not in the mood to leave the match. And in the final match, held on December 23rd, 2021, they won by four wickets thanks to the daring heroes of cricket, Maaz Sadaqat and Haseebullah Khan.
The past records of matches have also captured some players’ names who have contributed fabulous scores for their team to stand at the present place in cricket. Starting from Afghanistan’s U19 teams, Suliman Safi has the broadest scores. Suliman Safi scored 208 runs on a BT average of 34.67 in 6 matches, while Ijaz Ahmad Ahmadzai scored 149 runs on a BT average of 29.80 in all 6 matches.
And from Pakistan’s teams, Irfan Khan has contributed 181 runs on a BT average of 25.86 in 10 matches and Qasim Akram has marked 154 runs on a BT average of 25.67 in all 9 matches.
The ICC Under-19 World Cup match of season 2021/22 is going to happen on January 20th, 2022, at Brian Lara Stadium, in Tarouba, Trinidad, where the two teams are. Afghanistan and Pakistan U19 will play nonstop till 50-over is completed in the match at a decided time of 6:30 PM. Fans are excited to see a live match between both teams.
Pakistan Team U19 Qasim Akram [c], Arham Nawab, Awais Ali, Faisal Akram, Haseebullah, Irfan Khan, Maaz Sadaqat, Mehran Mumtaz, Mohammad Shehzad, Rizwan Mehmood, Zeeshan Zameer, Abdul Faseeh, Ahmed Khan, and Maaz Sadaqat
Afghanistan Team U19 Suliman Safi, Ijaz Ahmad Ahmadzai, Abdul Hadi, Allah Noor, Bilal Ahmad, Bilal Sami, Bilal Sayedi, Faisal Khan Ahmadzai, Ijaz Ahmad, Izharulhaq Naveed, Khaiber Wali, Khalil Ahmad, Mohammad Ishaq, Mohammad Younos, Mohammadullah Najbullah, Nangyalai Khan, Naveed Zadran, Noor Ahmad, Shahidullah Hasani, and Suliman Arabzai.