Afghanistan's Twenty20 vision
Not just happy to be at the Twenty20 World Cup, Afghanistan are looking for wins this time round. First up is India...
Last Modified: 18 Sep 2012 17:02

It is the second time Afghanistan have featured at the Twenty20 World Cup. 

The troubled nation is looking to shake-up cricket's hierarchy after a quick and unexpected improvement over the last few years. 

This time they are in Sri Lanka to win matches. However, with India first up, it will not be easy.

Al Jazeera's Andy Richardson reports from Colombo, Sri Lanka.


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