Explosion in Afghanistan Rocks Shpageeza Cricket League T20

Explosion in Afghanistan

Explosion in Afghanistan. The Kabul International Cricket Stadium was shaken by a suicide bomber's detonation during the Shpageeza Cricket League T20 match.

The Explosion in Afghanistan Incident

A bomb blast at the Kabul International Stadium on Friday shook Afghanistan’s Shpageeza Cricket League T20 (July 29).

No casualties were discovered following the event, which occurred during the 22nd league game of the competition between Pamir Zalmi and the Band-e-Amir Dragons.

The game was resumed after four injured spectators were transported to the hospital and given the all-clear by law enforcement. According to a representative of the Afghanistan Cricket Board, Kabul police took control of the situation after arriving and, after about an hour, permitted them to continue the game being played using the DLS system.

Before the explosion hampered the chase, Pamir Zalmi had made 159 for 5 in their 20 overs. Band-e-Amir Dragons then chased down their DLS-adjusted goal of 94 in 10 overs with 17 balls to spare and nine wickets in hand.

Kabul main Cricket Stadium before the explosion in Afghanistan

The players aren’t concerned despite the tragic occurrence, according to Afghanistan all-rounder Karim Janat, who played for Band-e-Amir. He also expressed optimism that the competition will fully prepare them for the T20 challenges.

Afghanistan is slated to participate in the Asia Cup and the ICC World T20, respectively, after playing Ireland in a T20I series next month. There is no reason to be concerned, Karim told Cricbuzz. “I participated in the game today, and everything was good afterward.”

It’s an excellent event to prepare for the World Cup and Asia Cup, which are coming up after a series against Ireland, so let’s see.
The competition, which features eight teams from this season and is contested exclusively in Kabul, is Afghanistan’s primary domestic T20 tournament.

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