Afghanistan makes history by qualifying for 2015 Cricket World Cup after beating Kenya

Sharjah, Oct 4 : Afghanistan has qualified for the 2015 Cricket World Cup after beating Kenya by seven wickets, writing another heartwarming chapter in the nation's cricketing story.

Afghanistan invited Kenya to bat first after winning the toss and got them all out at a surprisingly low score of 93.

The Afghans reached the target in just 20.5 overs.

Hamza Hotak took two wickets, and the trio of Hamid Hassan, Karim Sadiq, Mohammad Nabi took two.

Mohammad Nabi also starred with the bat and made 46 runs off just 42 balls.

--ANI (Posted on 04-10-2013)

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