AFGHANISTAN THRASH PAKISTAN BY 185 RUNS TO LIFT U-19 ASIA CUP

The Afghans rode on an unbeaten 107 from Ikram Ali to post a competitive 248 for seven after being asked to bat.

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Afghans: Afghan refers to something from Afghanistan, particularly a citizen of that country. Prior to this definition, it was used by Persian speakers and those influenced by the Persian language to denote mostly the Pashtun people. In modern times, "Afghan" is still generally used as an ethnic term and as