Third West Indies-Afghanistan ODI vanished due to rain


Afghanistan player Asghar Stanikzai trusts his group will get more chances to face beat flight cricket countries after their one-day global arrangement against the West Indies finished in a 1-1 attract Gros-Islet Wednesday.

Unfaltering precipitation constrained the surrender of the third and last one-dayer with not a ball being played at St Lucia’s Darren Sammy Stadium with the arrangement adjusted at one each.

However, Stanikzai said he trusts his group, who lost a T20 arrangement 3-0, did what’s needed to show they merit more normal matches against full part countries of the International Cricket Council.

“We didn’t play and also we could have however I thought we did what’s necessary to demonstrate that we should play the greater groups all the more frequently,” said Stanikzai. “This was an incredible ordeal for us and we can look forward now to what lies ahead with more noteworthy certainty.”

West Indies chief Jason Holder acknowledged that his group confronted an extreme test.

“We were up against it after the main match however returned well in the second and we have appeared in the past arrangement against Pakistan that we can rival the best groups on the planet additionally,” he remarked. “We simply need to put the odds and ends exhibitions together on a more steady reason for us to truly climb the rankings in worldwide cricket.”

West Indies are as of now positioned ninth in ODI’s and should they neglect to achieve the finish eight by the cut-off date of September 30 this year, they should experience a qualifying competition one year from now for the 2019 World Cup in England.

Afghanistan leg-spinner Rashid Khan, with consolidated figures of ten for 44 over the two ODIs that were played was named Man of the Series.

“This visit was an extraordinary affair for me leaving the Indian Premier League and gives me awesome certainty pushing ahead with my profession as a feature of the Afghanistan group,” he expressed. “Our next test is against the MCC at Lord’s one month from now and I trust we can demonstrate the advantage of this involvement with that match.”

West Indies now turn their regard for facilitating India for five ODIs and a solitary T20 International, beginning June 23 in Trinidad.