Amir Zazai
Against Amir Zazai, Sediqullah Atal hit seven sixes in one over.

Occasionally in cricket, you get some strange outcomes. When Sediqullah Atal faced Amir Zazai in a Kabul Premier League match, he hit seven sixes in one over.

Occasionally in cricket, you get some strange outcomes. Similarly, Sediqullah Atal hit seven sixes in an over against Amir Zazai during a Kabul Premier League match. Atal struck a six on a no-ball, and then Zazai let up five wides off the next ball, for a total of 48 runs in the over. Six of the most recent shipments were successful. The Shaheen Hunters were 213 for 6 after 20 overs, the 19th over of their innings. With seven fours and 10 sixes, Atal reached 118 runs (unbeaten) off 56 balls. In reply, Abasin Defenders scored 121 runs before being bowled out in 18.3 overs.

There was only one Twenty20 International in which Sediqullah Atal was involved for Afghanistan.

Meanwhile, after being cut from Afghanistan’s national cricket team, Usman Ghani has decided to take a break from playing internationally. Ghani’s decision became public after he claimed the Afghanistan Cricket Board is corrupt and said he would rejoin the national squad once the “right management” was put in place.

After much deliberation, I’ve chosen to take a vacation from Afghanistan Cricket,” Ghani posted on Twitter.

“I’ve had to withdraw from the cricket board because of the dishonest leadership there. I intend to keep working hard as I eagerly anticipate the appointment of an appropriate management team and selection panel. When that time comes, I’ll gladly take my talents back to Afghanistan. Until then, I will not stand in the way of my family and friends to serve my country,” Ghani said.

Ghani’s previous international appearance came in March against Pakistan, when he scored 7 and 15 for Afghanistan.

After making his final ODI appearance in 2022, he fell out of favor in the 50-over format and has since played only 11 T20I innings, averaging 23.50 with a strike rate of 99.15. Ghani has never been considered for red-ball cricket, and after being dropped from T20 Internationals, he no longer has a spot in white-ball cricket, either.

After an absence of 18 months, the selectors for Afghanistan’s white ball team have decided to replace Ghani with Mohammad Shahzad, an accomplished wicketkeeper-batsman.

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