Afghanistan once again marked history in cricket by winning the T-20 series from Zimbabwe on Wednesday only few days after the Afghan cricketers beat the test-playing nation in the ODI series.
In the second T-20 match, played at Queen’s Sports Club, the Zimbabwe cricket team set a high target of 191 run for the Blue Tigers – who had their spirit and morale already high after making records in the cricket history.
Afghanistan in a sensational match chased the target by loosing only five wickets and had one remaining ball too. Before this, the Afghan team won the first T-20 by six wickets on Monday.
Afghan batsman Gulbadin Naib was declared man of the match who made stunning 56 runs of 31 ball by smashing seven boundaries.
The Afghan opener Usman Ghani also made a remarkable score of 65 runs from 45 balls.
This comes after Afghanistan for the first time in the cricket history won the ODI series from Zimbabwe, which is a big achievement for a nascent team to defeat a test-playing side.