Mohammad Nabi, the captain of the Afghan team that lost to Pakistan in the Super Four stage of the Asia Cup 2022, has revealed that he had to take sleeping pills to sleep after losing to the Green Shirts.
After winning the toss against India yesterday, Afghan captain Muhammad Nabi also talked about the defeat against Pakistan and said that after losing, many of our players left the ground while the team players reached the hotel and took green tea and later. Also take sleeping pills.
According to Mohammad Nabi, our players played very well, we will try to give our best against the big team in the world, hopefully it will be another good performance.
On the other hand, after the defeat in the match against India, assistant Afghan coach and former Afghan player Raees Ahmedzai said that not only the players but the entire nation was under tension in the match against Pakistan, everyone is depressed after the defeat in this match.
According to Rais Ahmedzai, none of the players could sleep that night after the defeat, it was a bad day for us.
The assistant Afghan coach added that we will try to perform better in future, our players played well against Bangladesh and Pakistan, we defended well against a strong team of Pakistan for 130 runs, this is what made us qualify for the World Cup. Will give more confidence for the cup.
It should be remembered that in the Super Four stage, Pakistan defeated Afghanistan by one wicket after a sensational contest, the highlight of this match was that Naseem Shah played an important role in the success of the team by hitting 2 sixes in the last over.