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Afghanistan versus Oman Ratings

Oman won (40 runs)

GroundEdinburgh (G)
Date2015-07-15

1st Oman : Total 144 (7 wks, 20.0 overs, 12 extras)

RatingBattingRunsS/RBalls4s6s
-179Zeeshan Maqsood00.00200b Aftab Alam
0Zeeshan Siddiqui29126.092322c & b Mohammad Nabi
-70Jatinder Singh4083.334832b Mohammad Nabi
-210Vaibhav Wategaonkar1164.711710c Aftab Alam b Shapoor Zadran
44Mehran Khan28164.711731st Mohammad Shahzad b Mohammad Nabi
-17Amir Ali7175.00401run out
-30Rajeshkumar Ranpura8133.33610not out
16Aamir Kaleem9225.00420b Aftab Alam
RatingBowlingOversRunsWksEcon
37Mohammad Nabi4.02837.00
6Samiullah Shenwari2.01306.50
61Shapoor Zadran4.01413.50
-43Gulbadin Naib2.01306.50
-95Mirwais Ashraf4.03408.50
-79Aftab Alam4.03829.50

2nd Afghanistan : Total 104 (10 wks, 17.5 overs, 6 extras)

RatingBattingRunsS/RBalls4s6s
35Mohammad Shahzad28147.371951c Sultan Ahmed b Ranpura
-120Javed Ahmadi2288.002521c Sultan Ahmed b Mehran Khan
-252Asghar Stanikzai1157.891900c Sultan Ahmed b Mehran Khan
-71Samiullah Shenwari14116.671201c Mehran Khan b Zeeshan Maqsood
-256Mohammad Nabi990.001010lbw b Mehran Khan
-97Najibullah Zadran266.67300b Ansari
-155Shafiqullah00.00100c Sultan Ahmed b Mehran Khan
-13Gulbadin Naib10111.11920c Mehran Khan b Zeeshan Maqsood
-318Mirwais Ashraf225.00800c Zeeshan Siddiqui b Zeeshan Maqsood
-15Aftab Alam00.00100c Ranpura b Zeeshan Maqsood
0Shapoor Zadran00.00000not out
RatingBowlingOversRunsWksEcon
-89Mohammad Nadeem4.02305.75
73Rajeshkumar Ranpura4.01814.50
32Zeeshan Maqsood2.52348.11
59Munis Ansari3.01113.66
218Mehran Khan4.02446.00

Oman won (40 runs)

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