د افغانستان او پاکستان تر منځ لومړی یوه ورځنۍ لوبه په انځورونو کې ۲۰۱۱-۵-۲۵

د افغانستان ملي لوبډلې نن د پاکستان د دوهم نمبري لوبډلي سره لوبه وکړه، چي پاکستان په پنځو وکټونو دا لوبه وګټله.

افغانستان لومړی توپ بازي وکړه او خپل په وار يې ۱۵۳ منډي جوړي کړي.. او د پاکستانی لوبډلي دغه هدف په اسانۍ سره تر لاسه کړ.

په دغه لوبه کې د افغانستان ملي لوبډلي ستوری محمد نبي وو، چا چي په یوازي سر ۷۲ منډي جوړي کړي.

او په بال غورځولو کې دولت زدران وو، چا چي په ۹ اورونو کې ۳ لوبغاړي اوټ کړه.

مونږ خو کوشش وکړ چي دغه لوبه خپلو مینه والو ته په ژوندی بڼه ښکاره کړو، خو ونه توانیدلو، ځکه داسي یو تلویزوني چینل مو ونه موند چي دغه لوبه په ژوندی بڼه ښکاره کړي، خو دا دی خپل تر اوسه ددغي لوبي یو څو په زړه پوري انځورونه ستاسو په خدمت کي ږدو… هیله ده چي خوښ مو سي..

An Afghan child wears the national flag during the first match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan in their three-match one-day series in Islamabad May 25, 2011. Afghanistan became the first foreign team to play an international match in Pakistan on Wednesday since gunmen attacked the Sri Lankan team bus in Lahore in 2009, killing seven people. Pakistan 'A' will host Afghanistan in a three-match one-day series.

 

Afghanistan national cricket team batsman Muhammad Nabi (R) hits a six as Pakistan 'A' wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed looks on during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.

Pakistan 'A' wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed (R) makes a successful leg before wicket appeals against Afghanistan national cricket team captain Nowroz Mangal (L) during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.

Afghanistan national cricket team batsman Muhammad Nabi (C) hits a six during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.

Afghan supporters react for their team during the first one-day international between Afghanistan and Pakistan A, at the Diamond Cricket Stadium in Islamabad, Pakistan on Wednesday, May 25, 2011. Afghanistan play three one-day internationals against a Pakistan team. Afghanistan is the first foreign team to play in Pakistan since March 2009 when gunmen attacked the Sri Lankan team bus at Lahore and killed six police officials and a van driver.

Afghan batsman Muhammad Nabi plays a shot during the first one-day international against Pakistan A at the Diamond Cricket Stadium in Islamabad, Pakistan on Wednesday, May 25, 2011. Afghanistan play three one-day internationals against a Pakistan team. Afghanistan is the first foreign team to play in Pakistan since March 2009 when gunmen attacked the Sri Lankan team bus at Lahore and killed six police officials and a van driver.

Afghanistan national cricket team batsman Muhammad Nabi (R) plays a shot as Pakistan 'A' wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed looks on during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.

Afghan cricket fans watch their team playing against Pakistan 'A' during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.

Afghanistan national cricket team captain Nowroz Mangal (L) plays a sweep shot during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.

Afghanistan national cricket team captain Nowroz Mangal (2R) plays a sweep shot during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.

An Afghan cricket fan waves his national flag as he cheers for his team playing against Pakistan 'A' during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.

Pakistani policemen contain Afghan cricket fans as they cheer for their team playing against Pakistan 'A' during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.

Afghanistan national cricket team batsman Muhammad Nabi (C) waves his bat after scoring 50 runs against Pakistan 'A' during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.

Afghan cricket fans cheer for their team playing against Pakistan 'A' during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.

Afghanistan's national cricket team batsman Muhammad Nabi plays a shot during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.

Afghan cricket fans hold a national flag as they march during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at Diamond Cricket ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. A fighting Afghanistan lost to Pakistan's second side by five wickets in their first confrontation with officials hoping a three-match series can foster more foreign tours.

A Pakistani employee of Diamond Cricket Club changes the score during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at Diamond Cricket ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. A fighting Afghanistan lost to Pakistan's second side by five wickets in their first confrontation with officials hoping a three-match series can foster more foreign tours.

Afghan supporters react for their team during the first one-day international between Afghanistan and Pakistan A at the Diamond Cricket Stadium in Islamabad, Pakistan on Wednesday, May 25, 2011. Afghanistan play three one-day internationals against a Pakistan team. Afghanistan is the first foreign team to play in Pakistan since March 2009 when gunmen attacked the Sri Lankan team bus at Lahore and killed six police officials and a van driver.

Pakistan 'A' cricketers celebrate after dismissal of Afghanistan national cricket team batsman Gul Badin (L) during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.

Pakistan 'A' cricketers celebrate after dismissal of Afghanistan national cricket team captain Nowroz Mangal (2R) during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.
Afghanistan national cricket team batsman Shapoor Zadran is bowled out during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.

Pakistan 'A' wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed (L) successfully attempts to run out Afghanistan national cricket team batsman Sami Ullah Shinwari (R) during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.
Pakistan 'A' wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed (L) successfully attempts to run out Afghanistan national cricket team batsman Sami Ullah Shinwari (R) during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at a local ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. Batting first, Afghanistan scored 152-runs at the end of their innings.
Pakistani cricketer Usman (L) reacts after a run out during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at Diamond Cricket ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. A fighting Afghanistan lost to Pakistan's second side by five wickets in their first confrontation with officials hoping a three-match series can foster more foreign tours.

Afghan wicketkeeper Moahmmad Shahzad dives to caught the ball during the One-Day match between Pakistan 'A' and Afghanistan at Diamond Cricket ground in Islamabad on May 25, 2011. A fighting Afghanistan lost to Pakistan's second side by five wickets in their first confrontation with officials hoping a three-match series can foster more foreign tours.Cricket fans hold national flags of Afghanistan and Pakistan to cheer for their teams during the first match of their one-day series in Islamabad May 25, 2011. Afghanistan became the first foreign team to play an international match in Pakistan on Wednesday since gunmen attacked the Sri Lankan team bus in Lahore in 2009, killing seven people. Pakistan 'A' will host Afghanistan in a three-match one-day series.

 



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