Virender Sehwag showed Bangladesh's class after Afghanistan's third big win, know what he said
Virender Sehwag has expressed happiness over Afghanistan's victory against Sri Lanka. He also said that Bangladesh has been around for 25 years, but it has not defeated big teams as many times as the Afghan boys have done in a very short period of time.
Virender Sehwag has brought class to the Bangladesh team after Afghanistan's third win in the World Cup 2023. He said that Bangladesh has been playing international cricket for the last 25 years, but they have never defeated big teams continuously in a short period of time like Afghanistan. While Virender Sehwag has praised the Afghan players and expressed happiness over their performance, he has shown a mirror to the Bangladesh team. Let us tell you that on Monday, Afghanistan registered a big victory by defeating Sri Lanka by 7 wickets.
Afghanistan has reached 5th position in the points table with 6 points after winning 3 out of 6 matches in the World Cup 2023. If it wins the next three matches, it can enter the semi-finals with 12 points. Along with this, it is also considered certain that it will qualify for the ICC Champions Trophy 2025.
Virender Sehwag wrote in a post on X account after Afghanistan's victory... Wow Afghanistan, what a performance. There is a lot to be learned from the passion shown by the Afghanistan cricket team. The Bangladesh team has been around for 25 years, but they have never defeated big teams as many times as the Afghan boys have done in such a short period of time. The team with the most improvement in a short period of time.
In the first two matches of the World Cup 2023, Afghanistan had to face defeat against Bangladesh and India. In the third match, Afghanistan created a big upset by defeating England by 69 runs. At the same time, in the fourth match, it lost against New Zealand. After this, in the fifth and sixth matches, he made a strong comeback and defeated Pakistan and Sri Lanka. Now he has to play matches against the Netherlands, Australia, and South Africa.