Khaama Press: Ahmad Wali Hotak appeared in the first fight against his Ukrainian rival Vladislav Stepanov by fighting in all three rounds and managed to end the fight in his favor by scoring more points. Baz Mohammad Mubariz also managed to win the fight against the Scottish Mixed Martial Arts fighter Lain Feenan. Click here to
BBC News: Spat at, stoned in the street, and having to avoid bombings on the way to training. All because you want to play football. That is the reality for some of Afghanistan women’s international team. Click here to read more (external link).
1TV: Afghanistan’s spin sensation Rashid Khan has become the new No.1 ranked ODI bowler in the latest rankings released by the International Cricket Council. At just 7,092 days of age, Rashid Khan is also the youngest player to top any of the MRF Tyres ICC Player Rankings tables, smashing Pakistani player Saqlain Mushtaq’s record. Click here
Tolo News: Afghanistan cricketers thrashed Zimbabwe by 146 runs in the final match of their ODI series. Late hitting by Rashid Khan – the scourge of Zimbabwe with the ball so far during the tour, the 19-year-old leg-spinner contributed 43 off 29 with the bat – had got Afghanistan up to 241/9 off their 50 overs after
Daily Mail (UK): Skiing in Afghanistan has apparently been going on for centuries but traditionally the men use the means of transport for moving through the snow to hunt for animals or collect livestock, not for fun. After adjusting to life in the area and feeling comfortable with the terrain, Bjorge set her sights on
Tolo News: At only 16 years of age, Afghanistan’s Mujeeb Zadran is making waves on the international cricket stage after taking a remarkable five wickets in a recent ODI. Zadran, who hails from Khost, has enjoyed a meteoric start to his international career. The 16-year-old Afghanistan spinner, whose uncle Noor Ali Zadran is also a national
1TV: Afghanistan defeated Zimbabwe by 10 wickets in the fourth ODI in Sharjah on Friday to seal five-match series win. With the win, Afghanistan took 3-1 lead series in the five match series, which they won. Before the one-day series, Afghanistan claimed 2-0 win in T20 series against the side. The sides will play their last ODI
1TV: Rashid Khan claimed five wickets as he helped Afghanistan beat Zimbabwe by six wickets in the third One-Day International in Sharjah on Tuesday and lead the five-match series 2-1. Their next game will be on Friday. Click here to read more (external link).
1TV: Zimbabwe defeated Afghanistan by 154 runs in their second One-Day International in Sharjah on Sunday to level the five-match series 1-1. Click here to read more (external link).
1TV: Rahmat Shah slammed 114 as Afghanistan posted 333 against Zimbabwe to claim their biggest win in One-Day International format in Sharjah on Friday. Click here to read more (external link). Related Zimbabwe outgunned by Afghanistan