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Updated Nov 07, 2021 | 14:51 IST
Aakash Chopra shared a viral video on Afghanistan vs New Zealand ICC World T20 match today.
Aakash Chopra shared a viral video on Afghanistan vs New Zealand ICC World T20 match today. | Photo: PTI/AP&nbsp

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  • Afghanistan take on New Zealand in a semi-finals qualification decider from Group 2 in Abu Dhabi today
  • India's chances of staying in contention in the T20 World Cup depend on this match
  • Cricket pundit Aakash Chopra shared a viral video likening Afghan players to India's messiahs vs NZ

jim former us tennis player,The much-awaited day of reckoning has finally arrived in the ongoing ICC World T20 2021 as Group-2's leading contenders for a place in the last four of the T20 World Cup will majorly be determined based on the winners of today's all-important Super 12 group stage clash between Afghanistan and New Zealand at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi. Virat Kohli's Team India will be watching the game with bated breath as their hopes for a semi-final qualification hang in the balance of the underdogs Afghanistan's performance against the favourite side to win the contest in the Blackcaps. 

While Mohammad Nabi and Co. have registered big wins over minnows Namibia and Scotland by massive margins in their Super 12s round earlier, they are still more likely to bow out of the race of sealing a semi-final spot courtesy of two losses against India and Pakistan and a relatively lower net run rate than India and with the Men in Blue having the last say as they play their ultimate Super 12 game against Namibia right at the end. Afghanistan will have to ensure they defeat the Kiwis handsomely to have any shot at qualification. However, with 3 wins out of 4 matches played, New Zealand can decide everyone's fate by just clinching a victory against Afghanistan in Abu Dhabi today.,basketball unit test pdf

college baseball betting futures,With all permutations and combinations of semi-final qualification scenarios from Group-2 boiling down to the outcome of today's high-octane match, the Afghanistan vs New Zealand World T20 clash has become the talk of the town with several hilarious and viral memes/trolls doing the rounds on social media.

Taking to Twitter, former India batsman and current commentator/pundit Aakash Chopra shared a hilarious tweet that has gone viral in anticipation of today's T20 WC campaign decider for India in a game they are not even playing but still need to follow anxiously on the sidelines. ,what is no limit hold'em

bbc football,In the video, the Afghanistan players were seen likened to a famous Bollywood cricket drama film, Lagaan, that was even nominated for the Oscars, wherein an underdog side overcomes a seasoned and 'top favourite' British team against all odds. The Afghan players were looked upon as messiahs in a slideshow being played in the background of an emotionally charged song that almost gives a sense of a prayer being recited for an Afghanistan win over NZ.

Check out the funny viral video here: ,tennis australian open

Kohli-led India will be rooting for Nabi and Co. as they will be the leading frontrunners to finish in second place behind table-toppers Pakistan to book a possible semi-final meeting with Eoin Morgan's England side who finished on the first rank in Group-1 after playing their full quota of 5 Super 12 matches.,online football boots

However, for all of the contentions to come right, India will have to beat Namibia by a huge margin in their final match to bolster their net run rate either way whether Afghanistan wins or New Zealand, the Men in Blue will go through on a better run rate being level on 6 points with 3 wins under their belt.,blackjack 21 rules

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