Afghanistan earned a well-deserved spot in the 2015 World Cup on Friday when they trounced Kenya by seven wickets in the second one-day match of the International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cricket League in Sharjah.
Moving a step ahead in their journey toward a 2015 ICC World Cup berth, Afghanistan on Wednesday outclassed Kenya by eight wickets in the first of the two one-day matches in the International Cricket Council (ICC) World Cricket League (WCL) in Sharjah, an official said.
Seeking a spot in the 2015 World Cup, Afghanistan routed Kenya by 112 runs in their first T20 series encounter at the Sharjah Cricket Association Stadium in the United Arab Emirates on Monday night.
Shouts of “Zendabad Afghanistan!” (Long live Afghanistan!) are still echoing around the country after the national men’s team beat India 2-0 to win the South Asian Football Federation championship in Nepal’s capital, Kathmandu.
Afghanistan is developing a taste for rugby. This sport, which originated in the United Kingdom and is practiced by millions of people around the world,
Union of European Football Associations (UEFA) President Michel Platini, who arrived in Kabul, was warmly welcomed by Afghanistan Football Federation (AFF) head Karamuddin Karim.