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first_imgRashid Khan was the star of the show and his all-round performance floored Bangladesh as Afghanistan won by a massive margin of 136 runs in their final group match of the Asia Cup 2018.Rashid Khan had earlier scored a 32-ball 57 not out and then returned with figures of 2/13 with the ball and then run out debutant Abu Hider Rony in a remarkable fashion to well and truly celebrate his birthday on the cricket field.After this massive win at Abu Dhabi, Afghanistan will next take on Pakistan, who lost by eight wickets to arch-rivals India, in Abu Dhabi on Friday.Rashid also became Afganistan’s joint-highest wicket-taker as with 112 wickets from just 49 ODI matches. Mohammad Nabi is his partner at the top with 112 wickets in 103 matches. Rashid has taken less than half of the matches to be equal with Nabi and on a day, when his quick-fire fifty allowed Afghanistan back into the match.Bangladesh vs Afghanistan: As It Happened | ScorecardRight from the start of Bangladesh innings, they struggled in the chase of 256. Nazmul Hossain Shanto (7) was the first to fall off Mujeeb Zadran and Liton Das (6) soon followed him to leave Bangladesh reeling at 17/2.Bangladesh’s most experienced player Shakib Al Hasan entered at this point and started negotiating the Afghanistan bowlers.While Shakib looked in good touch, none of the others could hold the other end as Mominul Haque (9) and Mohammad Mithun (2) fell to pave way for Mahmudullah.Shakib and Mahmudullah added 36 runs for Bangladesh before Rashid Khan arrived to the scene and picked the big wicket of Shakib (32).advertisementAfter that it was only a matter of time as Bangladesh’s asking rate kept increasing and Afghanistan looked more and more dominating.Also read – Asia Cup 2018: Birthday boy Rashid Khan becomes Afghanistan’s joint-highest wicket-takerMosaddek Hossain (26*) dug deep till the very end, trying to stitch partnerships with Mahmudullah (27), Mehidy Hasan (4), Mashrafe Mortaza (0), Abu Hider (1) and Rubel Hossain (0) but could not save the day for Bangladesh.A brilliant bowling display from Afghanistan’s bowlers helps bundle up the Bangladesh innings for 119 in 42.1 overs. Afghanistan win by a significant margin of 136 runs #BANvAFG #AsiaCup2018 pic.twitter.com/Qgq8nNjzaEAsianCricketCouncil (@ACCMedia1) September 20, 2018Earlier in the day, Rashid smashed a brilliant unbeaten half ton right at the end of Afghanistan’s innings to propel them to a competitive total of 255 runs at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium, Abu Dhabi.Rashid shared a 95-run stand with Gulbadin Naib, who ended up not out at 42 runs. In the final 10 overs, the duo added 97 runs to Afghanistan’s total after they initially got together at 160/7.Rashid hit eight fours and one six in his superb innings while Gulbadin got five boundaries to his name. In the final over itself, Rashid smashed four boundaries and got to his half century with utmost ease and the Afghan crowd in Abu Dhabi was on its feet to celebrate their star cricketer.Afghanistan had won the toss and elected to bat and initially struggled against the disciplined Bangladeshi bowling.Afghanistan were reduced to 28/2 in the sixth over but Hashmatullah Shahidi steadied the innings. He stitched a 51-run partnership with opener Mohammad Shahzad (37) for the third wicket.Debutant pacer Abu Hider (2/50) opened the bowling for Bangladesh and he got his first ODI wicket in his fourth delivery. Afghanistan opener Ihsanullah (8) hit two consecutive fours before a big one from him landed into the hands of Mohammad Mithun at cover region.Abu Hider had his second wicket in the sixth over as Rahmat Shah (10) was completely beaten by a beautiful delivery which knocked off the stumps.It was at this point that Shahidi and Shahzad struck a partnership before Shakib broke the stand, which was threatening to get big. Shahzad was holed out at long on with Abu Hider taking a spectacular catch to give his senior team-mate the first wicket of the match.Afghanistan crossed the 100 mark exactly at the halfway stage but Shakib was only getting better as he bowled out Afghanistan captain Asghar Afghan (8), who was beaten by the flight of the delivery and drove the wrong line to see his stumps uprooted.Shakib then added another wicket to his kitty in the 34th over by sending Samiullah Shenwari (18) back to the pavilion to reduce Afghanistan to 239 for 5.Shahidi was holding one end together all this while but he also got out in the 38th over as he edged a Rubel Hossain delivery to the wicketkeeper for a soft dismissal.At 160 for 7 in the 41st over, it seemed that Afghanistan would struggle to even reach 200 but Rashid and Gulbadin had other ideas.advertisement(With PTI inputs)last_img read more