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The Afghan cricket team will meet Pakistan next month in an ODI series in Sri Lanka.


The Afghan cricket team returned to Kabul for training

The team is high-spirited, the cricket board head said

Afghanistan came under Taliban control last week

This week, a few days after the Taliban seized control of the country, the Afghan national cricket team has started practicing in the capital.

After training in the capital this week, only days after the Taliban took control of the country, the Afghan national cricket team was “spirited,” the chief of the cricket board said on Friday. Hamid Shinwari said the squad was training again for the one-day series against Pakistan in two weeks’ time, following the government’s fall on the weekend. “The camp environment was quite exciting,” said Shinwari to AFP.

“We will send the team back to Sri Lanka when the flight operations restart and we will contact the authorities,” Shinwari added.

The sport was closely controlled by the Taliban during its early rule in the 1990s, where women were totally prohibited from participating.

Shinwari said he saw no challenges to the movement’s cricket.

“Cricket was not a problem previously and will not be a problem today during the Taliban government. I don’t remember any cricket incident caused by the Taliban, “He added. He stated.

Shinwari said he could not comment on the condition of cricket women, but in the next few weeks, the issue would be clearer.

Currently, the Hundred competition is played in Britain by Star Spin bowler and T20 Captain Rashid Khan and all the rounder Mohammad Nabi. Before the Taliban took over, both pleaded for peace in their country.

But in Afghanistan most other national players are.

The cricket board of Sri Lanka stated earlier this week that it was still hoping to host Afghanistan and Pakistan for the three matches at the Hambantota vacant venue.

The international one-day series begins on 3 September.

It was moved to Sri Lanka following venues in the UAE – where Afghanistan plays its home matches – but instead prepared to host the Indian Premier League.

The Cricket Board of Afghanistan also announced their Twenty20 League, which will commence on 10 September in Kabul.

“We are devoted to doing good and lifting cricket in Afghanistan. We have strong links with Pakistan and Indian cricket boards, and we belong to the international community of crickets; “That said. It stated.

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