The situation in Afghanistan is getting worse every day as the terrorist organization Taliban has taken over the entire country. Fearing the Taliban, people are fleeing the country without taking their belongings to save their lives. Star cricketer Rasheed Khan has also expressed regret on the country’s painful situation on social networks and has appealed to the entire world for help. Of course, Rashid is currently busy with the ‘The Hundred’ tour in England, but he is keeping a close eye on the situation in his country. He has supported the country in a special way here.
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Let’s just say that Rashid has the Afghan flag on his face as he goes to the ground against the Southern Brave team. Fans around the world greeted their patriotism. His team may have been out of the tournament after losing this match, but Rasheed won everyone’s heart with his work.
See the fan reaction here-
The flag of Afghanistan on Rashid Khan’s cheek while playing the Hundred League today. Well done, Rashid Khan, and the best way to support his country. pic.twitter.com/7r3z2Q0OQk
– CricketMAN2 (@ man4_c Cricket) August 20, 2021
Rashid Khan painted the flag of Afghanistan on the cheek tonight. It goes without saying, but it is significant that he is competing there, considering the situation. What?#TheHandred pic.twitter.com/z6YNlEhFaK
– Louise Seeley (@LouisSealey) August 20, 2021
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Batting first, Trent Rockets scored just 96 runs. Star batsmen David Malan, Alex Hales and Darcy failed to score. The team could not even play the scheduled 100 balls during this period. Chasing a 97-run target, Southern Brave reached the target in just 68 balls. This time, only three wickets were lost to him. Teammate Paul Stirling scored 31 and James Vince 45 not out. The team will now face Birmingham Phoenix, led by Moeen Ali in the final. The match will be held on Sunday.