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Only team to bowled out on the same day after scoring more than 100 runs in both the innings
Afghanistan debut test was not very exciting when it comes to the result of the match. They have lost their first ever test match in just 2 days. But they also recorded a unique record of scoring more than 100 runs in both of their innings but still completed their both innings in the same day. Thus Afghanistan become the only team to bowled out on the same day after score more than 100 runs in both of their innings.
India scored 474 runs in their first inning. Playing on the second day Afghanistan bowled out on 109 in their first inning and forced to play the follow on, second inning of Afghanistan last only till 103 runs and they again bowled out in their second inning in the second day only.
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Afghanistan suffers heavy defeat in their first Test match, lasting only two days
Despite a strong showing in the final session, Afghanistan’s efforts were in vain as the outcome of the match had already been decided, resulting in the end of their debut Test on the second day. They are the only team to bowled out on the same day.
Despite the Test match ending in a swift two days, Rahane praised the potential of Afghanistan’s bowling, stating they have the capability to defeat any team. However, he also emphasized the need for their batsmen to improve through simulated Test scenarios in training and suggested that playing A-team cricket against stronger nations such as England, India, Bangladesh, and Australia would be the best way for Afghanistan to bridge the gap.
When did Afghanistan play it’s first Test match?
Afghanistan played their first test match against India at Bengaluru from June 14 – to June 15, 2018.
What was Afghanistan first test match scorecard
India – 474
Afghanistan – (f/o) 109 & 103
India won the match by an innings and 262 runs
How many test matches did Afghanistan played till date
Afghanistan played a total of 5 test matches till date. One each with India, Ireland, West Indies, Bangladesh and Zimbabwe.
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