Transitional islamic state of afghanistan
Personnel
Captain Suliman Safi
Coach Dawlat Khan Zazai
Squad information
Founded 2009

The
Afghanistan national under-19 cricket team
(Pashto:
د افغانستان ۱۹ کلنو لوبډله) represents the land of Afghanistan in under-19 international cricket.

Afghanistan has qualified for the Under-19 Cricket Earth Loving cup on 7 occasions. The team’s first tournament was the 2010 World Cup in New Zealand, which they reached past finishing runner-up to Ireland in the 2009 World Cup Qualifier. Afghanistan has qualified for every subsequent World Loving cup. Although the team placed 16th and last in its start tournament in 2010, information technology apace became one of the leading under-19 teams in Asia. Transitional islamic state of afghanistan finished seventh at the 2014 World Loving cup in the UAE, setting a new record for the all-time terminate by an ICC acquaintance member (equalled by Namibia in 2016). After becoming an ICC full member, Afghanistan reached the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup in New Zealand.

Outside of the Under-19 World Loving cup, Afghanistan participates in the annual ACC Under-nineteen Cup. The team won the tournament in 2017, defeating Pakistan in the final. Afghanistan too plays occasional bilateral series against other Asian under-19 teams.

The team reached the semi-finals in the 2022 Under-19 World Cup, where they lost to England.
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History

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The team played in the 2010 Under-19 Cricket World Cup in New Zealand. Afghanistan were drawn in Group A, where they played England, Hong Kong and India. Afghanistan got an wooden spoon in this World Cup.

Afghanistan played in the 2012 Under-19 Cricket World Cup. They played against Islamic republic of pakistan, New Zealand and Scotland.

Afghanistan had qualified for 2014 Under-xix Cricket World Cup. They were drawn against Australia, Bangladesh & Namibia in grouping B who they beat, qualifying for Super league, where they lost to South Africa. They finished tournament well by securing 7th position.

At the Asia cup

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The squad made it to the semifinals of the 2016 ACC Under-19 Asia Cup, losing out to Republic of india by 77 runs.[3]
In the league stages of the tournament Afghanistan lost their first match, being defeated by Bangladesh. However, they won their next two matches against Pakistan and Singapore.[4]
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They avant-garde to the semifinals on the basis of NRR.[7]

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Afghanistan won the 2017 ACC Under-19 Asia Loving cup, defeating Pakistan in the last past a huge margin of 185 runs. In the league stages, Transitional islamic state of afghanistan won their matches confronting Pakistan and UAE but lost to Sri Lanka. They faced Nepal in the semifinals, whom they defeated by 7 wickets.[eight]

Under-19 World Cup record

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Afghanistan’s U19 World Cup tape
Year Consequence Pos Pld W L T NR

Australia

1988
Ineligible – non an ICC member

South Africa

1998

Sri Lanka

2000

New Zealand

2002
Did not enter

Bangladesh

2004

Sri Lanka

2006
Did not authorize

Malaysia

2008

New Zealand

2010
Commencement round 16th 16 6 1 5 0 0

Australia

2012
First round 10th sixteen 6 iii 3 0 0

United Arab Emirates

2014
Quarter-finals 7th sixteen 6 3 iii 0 0

Bangladesh

2016
First round ninth 16 6 4 2 0 0

New Zealand

2018
Semi-finals fourth 16 half-dozen 3 2 0 ane

South Africa

2020
Quarter-finals seventh 16 6 3 2 0 1

Cricket West Indies

2022
Semi-Finals fourth 16 half dozen 3 3 0 0
Full 42 20 20 0 2

Records

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All records listed are for under-19 One Day International (ODI) matches merely.

Team records

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Highest totals[9]
  • 340/9 (50 overs), v.

    Republic of the fiji islands, at Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium, Cox’s Bazar, 5 February 2016
  • 336/7 (50 overs), v.

    Scotland, at Allan Border Field, Brisbane, 21 August 2012
  • 309/6 (50 overs), v.

    New Zealand, at Hagley Oval, Christchurch, 25 January 2018
  • 284/7 (50 overs), v.

    Sri Lanka, at Cobham Oval, Whangarei, 17 January 2018
  • 265/6 (50 overs), v.

    United Arab Emirates, at N-Westward University No. 1 Ground, Potchefstroom, 22 January 2020
Everyman totals[10]
  • 77 (34.ii overs), 5.

    Bangladesh, at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet, 28 September 2017
  • 86 (32.2 overs), v.

    United States, at Nelson Park, Napier, 27 January 2010
  • 101 (42.3 overs), 5.

    People’s republic of bangladesh, at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet, 12 September 2021
  • 101 (39.iv overs), 5.

    Bangladesh, at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet, 14 September 2021
  • 113 (35.0 overs), v.

    Republic of india, at Ekana Cricket Stadium B Ground, 28 November 2019
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Private records

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Almost career runs[11]
  • 594 – Ibrahim Zadran (2017-2020)
  • 425 – Hashmatullah Shahidi (2010-2014)
  • 407 – Javed Ahmadi (2010-2012)
  • 382 – Ikram Alikhil (2016-2018)
  • 363 – Farhan Zakhil (2019-2020)
Highest private scores[12]
  • 156 (132 balls) – Karim Janat, 5.

    Fiji, at Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium, Cox’south Bazar, 5 February 2016
  • 134 (111 balls) – Javed Ahmadi, v.

    Scotland, at Allan Edge Field, Brisbane, 21 August 2012
  • 107* (113 balls) – Ikram Alikhil, v.

    Pakistan, at Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur, 19 November 2017
  • 106* (142 balls) – Tariq Stanikzai, 5.

    Republic of zimbabwe, at Sheikh Kamal International Cricket Stadium, Cox’s Bazar, 12 February 2016
  • 91* (132 assurance) – Farhan Zakhil, 5.

    Australia, at North-W University No. 1 Ground, Potchefstroom, two February 2020
Almost career wickets[13]
  • 35 – Mujeeb Ur Rahman (2017-2018)
  • 29 – Shafiqullah Ghafari (2019-2020)
  • 27 – Qais Ahmad (2017-2018)
  • 22 – Noor Ahmad (2019-2020)
  • 21 – Aftab Alam (2010-2012)
Best bowling performances[14]
  • seven/nineteen (9.three overs) – Mujeeb Ur Rahman, 5.

    People’s republic of bangladesh, at Sylhet International Cricket Stadium, Sylhet, iv Oct 2017
  • vi/15 (9.1 overs) – Shafiqullah Ghafari, v.

    South Africa, at Diamond Oval, Kimberley, 17 Jan 2020
  • 6/23 (x overs) – Mujeeb Ur Rahman, v.

    Pakistan, at Kinrara University Oval, Kuala Lumpur, 10 November 2017
  • six/33 (10 overs) – Aftab Alam, v.

    Papua New Republic of guinea, at Nelson Park, Napier, 24 January 2010
  • 5/xv (7.1 overs) – Mujeeb Ur Rahman, v.

    Pakistan, at Kinrara Academy Oval, Kuala Lumpur, 19 Nov 2017

Electric current team

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The Afghanistan U-19 Cricket squad selected for 2020 Under-19 Cricket World Cup:[15]

  • Farhan Zakhil (c)
  • Noor Ahmad
  • Sediqullah Atal
  • Shafiqullah Ghafari
  • Fazalhaq Farooqi
  • Imran Mir
  • Jamshid Miralikhil
  • Abid Mohammadi
  • Mohammad Ishaq (wk)
  • Asif Musazai
  • Abdul Rahman
  • Abidullah Taniwal
  • Ibrahim Zadran
  • Rahmanullah
  • Zohaib
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References

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    “Faizi ton, Mujeeb v-for hand Afghanistan maiden U-xix Asia Cup championship”.
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    “RECORDS / AFGHANISTAN Under-19S / UNDER-19S YOUTH ONE-DAY INTERNATIONALS / HIGHEST TOTALS”. ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved
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    “RECORDS / Afghanistan UNDER-19S / UNDER-19S YOUTH ONE-Twenty-four hour period INTERNATIONALS / Everyman TOTALS”. ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved
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    “RECORDS / Afghanistan Nether-19S / Under-19S YOUTH ONE-DAY INTERNATIONALS / MOST CAREER RUNS”. ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved
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    “RECORDS / Transitional islamic state of afghanistan UNDER-19S / Under-19S YOUTH One-Solar day INTERNATIONALS / Loftier SCORES”. ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved
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    “RECORDS / Afghanistan UNDER-19S / Nether-19S YOUTH ONE-DAY INTERNATIONALS / Well-nigh WICKETS”. ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved
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    “RECORDS / AFGHANISTAN UNDER-19S / UNDER-19S YOUTH Ane-Mean solar day INTERNATIONALS / All-time BOWLING FIGURES”. ESPNcricinfo. Retrieved
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    “Afghanistan U19 team announced for ICC U19 World Cup”.
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External links

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  • Afghanistan at Cricinfo
  • 2010 Nether-19 Cricket Earth Cup squads
  • ICC Under-19 Globe Cup Qualifier, 2012



Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Afghanistan_national_under-19_cricket_team