Cricket World Cup: New Zealand continues its batting against Afghanistan
Chennai: (Suno News) In the 16th match of the World Cup, Afghanistan won the toss and decided to field first against New Zealand, while New Zealand is currently batting against Afghanistan.
Both teams are playing their match in Chennai, where the Afghan team is led by Hashmatullah Shahidi, and the New Zealand team is led by Tom Latham.
Both teams have played three matches each in this World Cup so far, with New Zealand remaining unbeaten, while Afghanistan has won one match.
It should be noted that in their previous match, Afghanistan defeated the world champion England by 69 runs, bundling out England for 215 runs in pursuit of 285. Afghanistan achieved their first victory in the World Cup.
In the 13th match of the World Cup, England won the toss and invited Afghanistan to bat. Rahmanullah Gurbaz played aggressively, hitting boundaries at will, scoring 80 runs with the help of 8 fours and 4 sixes, but he missed out on a century and got out.
Meanwhile, in the 11th match of the ICC One Day Cricket World Cup, New Zealand defeated Bangladesh by 8 wickets. New Zealand chased down the target of 246 runs in the final over of the 42nd over. Daryl Mitchell remained prominent with 89 runs.