After a challenging loss to Pakistan, I took a few sleeping pills: Mohammad Nabi, the captain of Afghanistan

Following the narrow loss to Pakistan in the Asia Cup Super 4 game on Wednesday in Dubai, Afghanistan's skipper Mohammad Nabi claimed that all of his team's players had taken a few sleeping tablets.

In the penultimate over against Afghanistan, Naseem Shah hammered back-to-back sixes to enable Pakistan secure a one-wicket victory and set up the Asia Cup final against Sri Lanka

With only one wicket remaining and needing 11 runs off the last over, the Pakistani team reached 131/9 thanks to the 19-year-old Shah's two consecutive sixes off fast bowler Fazalhaq Farooqi's two low full tosses

After his final pitch sailed over long off, a jubilant Shah flung away his helmet and batting gloves and ran for the dressing

room as his teammates rushed onto the field to celebrate the incredible victory.

Through the use of its pacers and spinners, Pakistan did well to hold Afghanistan to 129/6 in a Super 4 match that was dominated by bowlers

 Shah finished with 1/19 after earlier clean bowling captain Mohammad Nabi for a perfect score

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