د افغانستان د کرکیټ ملي لوبډلي په اسلام اباد کې تمرینات وکړل ۲۰۱۱-۵-۲۴

د افغانستان ملي لوبډله چې پرون اسلام اباد ته ورسیده، نن يې هلته تر سخت امنیتي تدابیرو لاندي تمرین وکړ.. ددغو تمریناتو یو څو انځورونه ستاسو سره شریکه وو، هیله ده چي خوښ مو سي.

Afghan national cricket players take part in a team training session at a local cricket stadium in Islamabad on May 24, 2011. The Afghanistan cricket team flew to Islamabad to play three one-day matches against the hosts' second side, ending Pakistan's two-year pariah status as an international host. Afghanistan are the first foreign squad to tour Pakistan since militants attacked the Sri Lankan team in March 2009, killing eight people and wounding seven Sri Lankan players and their assistant coach. Afghanistan will play the first match against Pakistan 'A' on May 25 in Islamabad.

Players of Afghanistan cricket team get ready for a practice session in Islamabad, Pakistan on Tuesday, May 24, 2011. Afghanistan captain hopes his team's tour will encourage the return of international cricket to Pakistan. 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 coach and former Pakistani captain Rashid Latif (2R) supervises a training session at a local cricket stadium in Islamabad on May 24, 2011. The Afghanistan cricket team flew to Islamabad to play three one-day matches against the hosts' second side, ending Pakistan's two-year pariah status as an international host. Afghanistan are the first foreign squad to tour Pakistan since militants attacked the Sri Lankan team in March 2009, killing eight people and wounding seven Sri Lankan players and their assistant coach. Afghanistan will play the first match against Pakistan 'A' on May 25 in Islamabad.

Afghan national cricket captain Nawroz Mangal throws a ball during a training session at a local cricket stadium in Islamabad on May 24, 2011. The Afghanistan cricket team flew to Islamabad to play three one-day matches against the hosts' second side, ending Pakistan's two-year pariah status as an international host. Afghanistan are the first foreign squad to tour Pakistan since militants attacked the Sri Lankan team in March 2009, killing eight people and wounding seven Sri Lankan players and their assistant coach. Afghanistan will play the first match against Pakistan 'A' on May 25 in Islamabad.

Afghanistan national cricket team players and officials gather prior of a team training session at a local cricket stadium in Islamabad on May 24, 2011. Afghanistan cricket team flew to Islamabad to play three one-day matches against the hosts' second side, ending Pakistan's two-year pariah status as an international host. Afghanistan are the first foreign squad to tour Pakistan since militants attacked the Sri Lankan team in March 2009, killing eight people and wounding seven Sri Lankan players and their assistant coach. Afghanistan will play the first match against Pakistan 'A' on May 25 in Islamabad.

Afghanistan national cricket players take part in a training session at a local cricket stadium in Islamabad on May 24, 2011. Afghanistan cricket team flew to Islamabad to play three one-day matches against the hosts' second side, ending Pakistan's two-year pariah status as an international host. Afghanistan are the first foreign squad to tour Pakistan since militants attacked the Sri Lankan team in March 2009, killing eight people and wounding seven Sri Lankan players and their assistant coach. Afghanistan will play the first match against Pakistan 'A' on May 25 in Islamabad.

Afghan national cricket player Karim Sadiq Khan waits for batting during a training session at a local cricket stadium in Islamabad on May 24, 2011. Afghanistan cricket team flew to Islamabad to play three one-day matches against the hosts' second side, ending Pakistan's two-year pariah status as an international host. Afghanistan are the first foreign squad to tour Pakistan since militants attacked the Sri Lankan team in March 2009, killing eight people and wounding seven Sri Lankan players and their assistant coach. Afghanistan will play the first match against Pakistan 'A' on May 25 in Islamabad.

Afghanistan and Pakistan 'A' teams cricketers take part in a training session at a local cricket stadium in Islamabad on May 24, 2011. Afghanistan cricket team flew to Islamabad to play three one-day matches against the hosts' second side, ending Pakistan's two-year pariah status as an international host. Afghanistan are the first foreign squad to tour Pakistan since militants attacked the Sri Lankan team in March 2009, killing eight people and wounding seven Sri Lankan players and their assistant coach. Afghanistan will play the first match against Pakistan 'A' on May 25 in Islamabad.

Afghan national cricket player Karim Sadiq Khan sprays pads before a training session at a local cricket stadium in Islamabad on May 24, 2011. Afghanistan cricket team flew to Islamabad to play three one-day matches against the hosts' second side, ending Pakistan's two-year pariah status as an international host. Afghanistan are the first foreign squad to tour Pakistan since militants attacked the Sri Lankan team in March 2009, killing eight people and wounding seven Sri Lankan players and their assistant coach. Afghanistan will play the first match against Pakistan 'A' on May 25 in Islamabad.

An unidentified Afghanistan's cricket player  leaves for practice under tight security in Islamabad, Pakistan on Tuesday, May 24, 2011. Afghanistan captain hopes his team's tour will encourage the return of international cricket to Pakistan. 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 and Pakistan 'A' cricketers bat during training session under a banner (long live Pak-Afghan friendship) at a local cricket stadium in Islamabad on May 24, 2011. Afghanistan cricket team flew to Islamabad to play three one-day matches against the hosts' second side, ending Pakistan's two-year pariah status as an international host. Afghanistan are the first foreign squad to tour Pakistan since militants attacked the Sri Lankan team in March 2009, killing eight people and wounding seven Sri Lankan players and their assistant coach. Afghanistan will play the first match against Pakistan 'A' on May 25 in Islamabad.

 



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