T20 World Cup: After England, Afghanistan took revenge from Australia, stopped the victory chariot of the Kangaroos

Afghanistan created history by defeating Australia on Sunday (Indian time). This is Afghanistan’s first win against Australia in any format. The team that was not ready to play a bilateral series with Afghanistan till some time ago, now had to face defeat from Afghanistan. After England, Afghanistan also took revenge from Australia.

Australia refused to play series with Afghanistan

The Australian team has refused to play bilateral series against Afghanistan thrice so far. A Test match was to be played between the two countries in 2021 but Australia refused. In 2023, both were to play an ODI series in the UAE but they backed out here too. In August this year too, Australia and Afghanistan were to play a T20 series but they refused again. Behind all the decisions of Cricket Australia to cancel the series with Afghanistan, the England team had also refused to play the T20 series against Afghanistan.

Had settled accounts with England

Afghanistan defeated England in the ODI World Cup held in India last year. Now they have settled scores with Australia by defeating them in the T20 World Cup. Afghanistan also had a chance to defeat Australia in the ODI World Cup. However, the team lost the victory due to Australian all-rounder Glenn Maxwell.


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Afghanistan broke Australia’s pride

Afghanistan also ended Australia’s winning streak in the T20 World Cup. Australia won 8 consecutive matches between 2022 and 2024 which is a world record. However, Afghanistan stopped Australia’s victory streak. Afghanistan broke Australia’s pride. This is Australia’s first defeat in this T20 World Cup. After this defeat, the maths of the points table of Group 1 becomes very complicated.


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