Huge firearms let Afghanistan down, says skipper

LEEDS: Afghanistan skipper Gulbadin Naib apologized to his group's fans after their winless battle On the planet Cup, saying the side's enormous firearms had disappointed them.

Maybe a couple had anticipated that Afghanistan should endure to the semi-last stage in just their subsequent World Cup appearance, and the group may likewise have been disrupted by a late authority change, with Gulbadin supplanting Asghar Afghan as their one-day chief.

In any case, they were still touted as a potential monster executioner equipped for pulling off an infrequent surprise, because of a turn overwhelming assault including Rashid Khan, Mohammad Nabi and Mujeeb Ur Rahman.

"I'm frustrated with the presentation of the group. In every single game we committed a great deal of errors. We didn't play our characteristic cricket," Gulbadin said after Thursday's annihilation against West Non mainstream players.

Rashid, as of now the number three positioned ODI bowler, had an especially disappointing competition, the depressed spot being the match against Britain when the leg-spinner was crushed for 110 keeps running off only nine overs — the most exceedingly awful bowling figures in World Cup history.

"We have enormous names presently like Nabi, Rashid, Mujeeb...everyone anticipated that them should perform as they did in the last two, three years.

"Rashid has contributed 60 percent in our successes. I likewise anticipated a ton from him. In any case, it's a round of cricket, he gave his 100 percent, yet you can say he has had misfortune," Gulbadin said.

Afghanistan's continued tinkering with their batting request likewise hurt the side, who completed with nine annihilations in the same number of matches.

They handled Ikram Alikhil between seven to nine in the initial couple of matches, before elevating him to No.3 on Thursday, when the 18-year-old top-scored for them with a daring 86.

"I took in a great deal in this tournament...I concur we didn't give anybody legitimate possibility with a fixed submit in the batting request," said Gulbadin. "Indeed, even I was batting on seven or eight yet hopped in as an opener in the last four-five amusements on the grounds that the group required it. Be that as it may, I believe it's not about a fixed position. On the off chance that you play with enormous heart, any position will suit you."

Gulbadin said wellness was a major issue with the group and they required better arrangement to have any effect in a universal competition.

"We couldn't give our 100 percent and satisfy desires for the general population of Afghanistan. I express sorry to learn fans and my nation."

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