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- Atif Mashal resigns as Afghanistan Cricket Board chairman
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Pakistan's 18-year old debutant Shaheen Afridi was involved in all the lapses. He was the unlucky bowler three times, but he also dropped two himself
Afghanistan fought valiantly until the very end, but could not dislodge Pakistan's most experienced batsman
On his 20th birthday, the legspinner struck a 32-ball 57 to breathe life into a stuttering Afghanistan innings, and then took two wickets and effected a run out, becoming Afghanistan's leading wicket-taker along the way
Afghanistan and Pakistan's relationship has far less to do with cricket than it ideally should
He has left his post with three-and-a-half years of his five-year term still remaining, and will be replaced by Aziz Ullah Fazale, the former vice-chairman and adviser
Bangladesh will have to travel to Dubai after the match to meet India in the Super Four on Friday, while Afghanistan will stay put in Abu Dhabi, where they will meet Pakistan
The Bangladesh and Pakistan captains have complained about scheduling. So how much are they travelling?
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