Tendulkar shockingly exposes a big England fault World Cup “death” to Afghanistan; Sehwag sounds semifinal alarm


In addition to ending Afghanistan’s World Cup losing streak of 14 games, the surprise triumph also served as a harsh awakening for England.After pulling off a historic shock at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi on Sunday, Afghanistan gave the 2023 World Cup new life. Afghanistan defeated the reigning champions England by a decisive score of 69 runs to record their lone World Cup victory ever and left the latter’s campaign in doubt. In addition to ending Afghanistan’s 14-game losing record, which included a barren 2019 season, the surprise triumph also dealt England an unpleasant awakening.

Sachin Tendulkar, a batting icon, pointed out a significant weakness that prevented England from pursuing 285 after the defeat. On social media, he praised the Afghan team for their historic victory and provided an explanation for why the England hitters were beaten by the spin three of Mohammad Nabi, Mujeeb Ur Rahman, and Rashid Khan, who collectively took eight wickets.”Afghanistan put in a fantastic all-around effort, with @RGurbaz_21’s good knock serving as the catalyst. @ECB_cricket had a bad day. The England hitters failed to read quality spinners from their hand, which is a requirement when facing them. Instead, they were read off the pitch, which I believe contributed to their demise. I adored the enthusiasm they displayed on the pitch. “Well done, @ACBofficials!” Posting by Sachin.



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