All the way through the primary ODI of three-match sequence between Afghanistan and West Indies in Lucknow, the Afghan wicketkeeper-batsman Ikram Alikhil’s ‘mind fade’ second noticed him strolling again to the pavilion after scoring his 2nd fifty within the 50-over layout.
All of it took place at the 3rd supply of the 27th over when Afghanistan batsman Rahmat Shah hit a Roston Chase supply at the leg-side to finish his 16th ODI half-century. Each the batsmen finished the one with none discomfort.
However, Alikhil’s eagerness to congratulate his spouse noticed him comically dropping his wicket. Whilst the ball was once nonetheless in play, Alikhil left his crease, and the West Indies wicketkeeper Shai Hope made no mistake in taking away the bails. Hope appealed, and umpire Paul Reiffel right away went upstairs. Replays made it transparent that Alikhil was once out for a 62-ball 58.
A batting cave in adopted Alikhil’s dismissal as Afghanistan scored simply 194 runs in 45.2 overs after being despatched in to bat first via the Windies skipper Kieron Pollard.
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The Caribbean facet gained the Lucknow ODI via seven wickets to move 1-Zero up within the three-match sequence.
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