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Crowd trouble at Headingley as Pakistan beat Afghanistan in Cricket World Cup

Pakistan piled the pressure on Eoin Morgan’s England yesterday, with a stunning victory over Afghanistan when all had seemed lost in an ill-tempered match at Headingley marred by sporadic fighting between rival fans. Imad Wasim, on an unbeaten 49, …Read more





Crowd trouble at Headingley as Pakistan beat Afghanistan in Cricket World Cup

Pakistan piled the pressure on Eoin Morgans England yesterday with a stunning victory over Afghanistan when all had seemed lost in an ill-tempered match at Headingley marred by sporadic fighting between rival fans Imad Wasim on an unbeaten 49 hit the
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Pakistan and Afghanistan fans in violent clash at Cricket World Cup as hooligans use security barrier and flags as weapons

A VIOLENT clash broke out outside the Headingley Stadium during Afghanistan and Pakistans Cricket World Cup group stage match to have been evicted from Headingley after scuffles in the crowd An ICC spokesperson said they were aware of some scuffles
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Pakistan beat Afghanistan in heated World Cup thriller at Headingley

HEADINGLEY v England tomorrow Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan a World Cup-winning captain in his cricket days tweeted his congratulations to the team for keeping their nerve under pressure Pakistan were in deep trouble when Sarfaraz was
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Pakistan beat nervy Afghanistan to keep their WC hopes alive

Babar Azam who scored his maiden World Cup century in four wickets to restrict Afghanistan to a modest 227 for nine from 50 overs on a flat batting track at Headingley Having won the toss
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Crowd trouble mars Pakistan-Afghanistan thriller

Pakistans thrilling win over Afghanistan was tarnished by ugly crowd scenes towards the end of their Cricket World Cup encounter at Headingley on Saturday Sarfraz Ahmeds side moved into the semi-final places courtesy of the victory which was fervently
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Cricket World Cup Pakistan beat New Zealand to keep semi-final hopes alive

Pakistan kept their hopes of a World Cup semi-final place alive as they moved to within a point of England with a six-wicket victory over New Zealand Babar Azams 101 saw Pakistan home in front of a partisan crowd at Edgbaston after Shaheen Afridi had
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