Watch Rashid Khan’s devastating spell of 7 wickets against West Indies in 1st ODI

Watch Rashid Khan’s devastating spell of 7 wickets against West Indies in 1st ODI

June 9, 2017 Check this date. It is not for the symbolic victory of Bangladesh against New Zealand in the eighth edition of the Champions Trophy, but for Afghanistan, the Rashid Khan spell that destroyed the Caribbean side, broke them into the first ODI of the series. After being bleached in the T20I series 3 games, Afghanistan’s action has marked heavily against the West Indies in the first ODI, beating them by a healthy margin of 63 runs. In defense of only 212 races, Rashid trapped seven batters in the Caribbean with his work system that was mostly full of his fake.

It was clear that the ground favored the spinners and Rashid tries to exploit the advantage. The West Indies were cautious at the beginning of their pursuit, as they were 68 for 2 to 22 on off before Rashid was introduced by the captain of Afghanistan Asghar Stanikzai. He entered a bowl on the 23rd hunt, Rashid hitting the first ball of his spell to get Jason Mohammed’s window with a straighter delivery. Jason and bordering Afghanistan cricket player Mohammad Nabi tried to slip did not make a striking leather mistake. While Nabi lost the ball but has ensured that the catches were taken safely.

After Jason’s departure, the newly emerged West Indian heroes in Cricket-Roston Chase came to fight and, once again, was supposed to rescue him from his side of the difficult situation in his ODI debut. But it was Rashid who was behind Chase’s counter and caught up in a bad deal, prompting a hat trick that was avoided by Jonathan Carter in the next ball.

However, in his debut, Chase referred to the golden duck, who made the first tarot to accomplish such feat against Afghanistan, the Caribbean fifth against each quarter and the number 49 overall. Rashid has completed his first two large windows and one there.

At his end of the day, Rashid scalped another wicket into Shai Hope’s form after the third installment of the previous ones. It was a more direct delivery outside, where hope that can not wait and face. Nabi sliding tore a stunned through dive on his bad side. Now, half of the Caribbean side was back in the pavilion, and Captain Jason Holder.

Rashid did the same thing he did during his last outing on a boulotant error after a straight sentence. Holder came to defend himself but the ball split the gap between his cushion and bat and cleaned his stumps. Once again, Rashid was in the hat and had almost succeeded, but referee C Shamshuddin denied. The nurse went to look for an exploration on her first ball and was hit in the back.

The next Rashid was without goal, followed by his fifth shutter in the last ball of the 29th. Another fake Rashid got his second portillo transport in ODI. This time it was a nurse who was stuck in front of the stumps with her bulging. The West Indies were now 90 7 29 off and from there, a decent partnership of 45 races between Alzarri Joseph and Jonathan Carter brought hope to their side. In this association, Rashid had started up two endless landings and was finally broken by the pater Dawlat Zadran to the 40th rank. With this advance, Rashid was put into the attack, but did not have to stop at the 41th rank.

The legend of Afghanistan continued, and this time scalped Joseph billw with another evil. Rashid then cleans up with an excellent Miguel Cummins pinball.

It was the seventh shutter in his spell, conceding only 18 runs with a girl of 8.4 in off. These are now the highest ODI bowling rankings by an associate player and the fourth best after receiving Chaminda Vaas (8 to 19 versus ZIM in 2001), Shahid Afridi (7 of 12 vs. WI in 2013) and Glenn McGrath (7 During 15 vs NAM in 2003). Rashid also became the youngest to take a 7-course course in ODI and smaller smaller Enamul Haque formats after JNR (7 for 95 against the ZIM test in 2005).

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