Babar loses mood, Shaheen refuses to shake hands with Afghanistan players after clinching last over thriller

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Naseem’s exceptional last-ball heroics introduced again recollections of the earlier 12 months’s Asia Cup.

The thrilling second One Day International (ODI) of the three-match collection between Afghanistan and Pakistan stored followers on the sting of their seats because it unfolded in Hambantota on Thursday.

Naseem’s exceptional last-ball heroics introduced again recollections of the earlier 12 months’s Asia Cup. With a robust 4 on the second-to-last ball, he propelled his workforce to a nail-biting one-wicket victory.

Yet, amidst the extraordinary competitors, feelings ran excessive among the many players. Following the match, through the post-match handshakes, a notable incident occurred when Pakistan’s left-arm pacer, Shaheen Afridi, shunned extending his hand to the Afghan players.

Observing this, skipper Babar Azam confirmed his management qualities by warmly calling Shaheen again and inspiring him to be a part of the handshake, underlining his dedication to inspired even after a extremely contested match. However, the stress did not dissipate with the handshake incident alone.

Another second unfolded when Naseem Shah, the star pacer for Pakistan, approached Babar, seemingly in a state of shock. Naseem’s aired in Babar’s course, although the precise nature of the grievance remained shrouded in thriller. In a shocking flip of occasions, Babar himself then approached Afghanistan’s key all-rounder, Mohammad Nabi, initiating a confrontation.

The specifics of Naseem’s grievance and the following change between Babar and Nabi remained undisclosed, however hypothesis arose that sure contentious selections, together with the debatable run-out of Shadab Khan in direction of the match’s conclusion, might need triggered Naseem’s discontent.

In sharp distinction to the collection opener, the second ODI between Pakistan and Afghanistan showcased a wholly totally different dynamic. Afghanistan’s right-handed batter, Rahmanullah Gurbaz, took heart stage with a stellar innings of 151 runs, rising because the standout performer.

The collection is about to culminate with the ultimate ODI scheduled for Saturday in Colombo. Beyond that, each groups are gearing up for the upcoming Asia Cup, slated to begin on August 30. As the cricketing motion continues, followers can solely await extra moments of pleasure, rivalry, and unity on the sector.

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