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Afghanistan National Cricket Team to face South Africa

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Fidel Rahmati
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The national cricket team is set to face South Africa in the 2024 Cricket World Cup semi-finals tomorrow, Thursday, June 27th.

The match will take place at 5 AM local time in Afghanistan.

This marks the first time the national cricket team has reached the semi-finals of the Cricket World Cup.

Afghanistan’s cricket team defeated Papua New Guinea, Uganda, and New Zealand in the group stage and Australia and Bangladesh in the Super Eight stage, advancing to the 2024 Cricket World Cup semi-finals.

The game is scheduled to be held at the Trobago Stadium in Trinidad, where Afghanistan defeated Papua New Guinea in the group stage.

The Afghanistan Cricket Board has announced that tomorrow’s match between the national cricket teams of Afghanistan and South Africa will be broadcast on a large screen at Kabul Cricket Ground, welcoming cricket enthusiasts and citizens.

Meanwhile, in a video message, Rashid Khan, the national cricket team captain, urged the people to support their team and pray for their victory in the semi-finals.

South African captain Adin Markram has also stated that his team is ready for the semi-finals.

Sachin Tendulkar, a cricket star from India, has praised Afghanistan’s national cricket team and their journey to the semi-finals as excellent.

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