Team Qatar Boosts its Chances of Qualifying for ICC Men's T20 World Cup
Team Qatar boosted its chances of qualifying for the ICC Men's T20 World Cup (Australia 2022) after beating its Saudi counterpart, 134-130 in the match that took place today in the Asian qualifiers currently held in Doha since last Saturday, and will conclude next Friday, also includes the teams of Kuwait, Bahrain and the Maldives.
Team Qatar had started its qualifying campaign by losing to its Bahraini opponent 133-134, but it managed to compensate by achieving a broad victory in its second match, beating Maldivian counterpart, with a score of 154-56.
Completions will continue Thursday holding of two matches, Maldives against Kuwait and Saudi Arabia with Bahrain, the qualifiers will conclude next Friday with the match between Qatar and Kuwait.
Team Qatar seeks to end the competitions in the lead to achieve an unprecedented achievement in its history by qualifying for the ICC Men's T20 World Cup (Australia 2022) for the first time in its history.
Chairman of the organizing committee for the Asian Qualifiers for the ICC Men's T20 World Cup (Australia 2022), and Secretary General of Qatar Committee for Rugby, Hockey and Cricket (QRHCF) Abdullah Aman Al Khater, confirmed that the qualifiers are going wonderfully through the ideal hosting of Qatar, which demonstrates in every event its potential in hosting major world championships and events.
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