World Cup: This player played with his own team ENG

2023 World Cup: Afghanistan pulled off a major upset by defeating defending champions England in a World Cup match on Sunday. After Rahmanullah Gurbaz scored 80 off 57 balls, Mujeeb Ur Rehman led the way with the ball as Afghanistan defeated England by 69 runs. Earlier, both the teams have faced each other in the 2015 World Cup in Sydney and 2019 World Cup in Manchester and England won the 2015 World Cup by 9 wickets and 2019 World Cup by 150 runs. Had won.

This veteran played ‘game’ with his own team

An English legend was the man behind England’s crushing defeat to Afghanistan in the World Cup 2023 match. He has played 52 Tests, 68 ODIs and 7 T20 International matches for England. He scored 3835 runs in Test, 2819 runs in ODI and 138 runs in T20. For England, he took 5 wickets in Tests and 2 wickets in ODIs. Jonathan Trott is one of the greatest England cricketers of all time.

Afghanistan’s defeat in the first match of the World Cup

Former England cricketer Jonathan Trott is currently the head coach of the Afghanistan cricket team. Jonathan Trott is the man behind England’s crushing defeat to Afghanistan in the 2023 World Cup match. Jonathan Trott knows every weakness and strength of the current players of the England cricket team. Jonathan Trott’s clever strategy spelled disaster for the England cricket team in the World Cup 2023 match. After enduring the horrors of war for a long time and learning the ropes of cricket in their ‘second home’ India apart from in relief camps, Afghan players have written the golden page of their cricket history. After losing the first two matches, the Afghanistan team proved to be unconvincing in both batting and bowling against England.

Afghanistan defeated England by eight wickets

After winning the toss and batting first, Afghanistan scored 284 runs in 49.5 overs. In reply, the England team was reduced to 215 runs in 40.3 overs. As soon as Rashid Khan bowled Mark Wood, it was clear on the faces of the happy Afghan cricketers how much this victory meant to them and their country. Except Harry Brook (66 runs in 61 balls), no batsman could stand. Mujeeb Ur, who scored 28 runs in the first 16 balls for Afghanistan, also took three wickets in the bowling. Experienced spinner Mohammad Nabi took two wickets for 16 runs in six overs.