Afghanistani Young Bowler Mujeeb Made A Big Record In T20 WC
Afghanistani young bowler Mujeeb made a big record with lethal bowling on his T20 World cup debut.
The Afghanistan team has started the ICC T20 World Cup with a bang. Playing against Scotland in the very first match, the team achieved a big victory of 130 runs.
Batting first in this match, the Afghanistan team scored 190 runs for 4 wickets. After this, due to the lethal bowling of Mujeeb ur Rahman and Rashid Khan, Scotland was bundled out for 60 runs.
Afghanistan did something not before in T20 International, a humiliating defeat for Scotland.
Afghanistan started the T20 World Cup on Monday with a massive 130-run win against Scotland. During this match, Scotland’s team could only score 60 runs in reply to 190 runs.
Spinners Mujeeb ur Rahman and Rashid Khan bowled in a manner that had never been seen before in T20 International cricket.
This happened for the first time in T20.
This is the first time in T20 cricket that the bowlers took the wickets of 9 batsmen of a team without the help of fielders. Against Afghanistan, 9 batsmen were dismissed from bowled and lbw of Scotland.
Mujeeb took three out of 5 wickets bowled while two were lbw. At the same time, three of Rashid’s four batsmen were bowled and one lbw.
Afghanistani young bowler Mujeeb made a special record.
Mujeeb has become the only bowler in the world to take 5 wickets while debuting in the T20 World Cup. In his first match, he took five wickets for just 20 runs in 4 overs against Scotland.
With this, he also became the first bowler to do so with Afghanistan in the World Cup.
The amazing thing was that out of these five wickets, Mujeeb bowled three batsmen while two were lbw. This means the fielder’s role was not played in these five wickets.
Second youngest to take 5 wickets.
In the ICC T20 World Cup, Mujeeb has become the youngest Afghanistan bowler to take five wickets and the second such bowler in the world. Mujeeb’s age is 20 years 211 days.
Mustafizur Rahman of Bangladesh took five wickets in the T20 World Cup at the age of 20 years and 202 days. At the same time, Ahsan Malik of the Netherlands did this feat at the age of 24 years and 210 days.