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Phew, tense finish there at the end with so much on the line. Afghanistan can breathe easy for now but there's still so much work to do. The Super Six stage will continue tomorrow as Zimbabwe take on Ireland. Expect a good crowd. That's it for now. On behalf of Akshay Maanay, Raju Peethala and our scorer Reddy, this is Sagar Chawla saying goodbye!
Holder, Windies captain: Just a little cramp. Credit to Afghanistan, they played a better cricket game and we let ourselves down. 230 was probably par here. Let ourselves down in the fielding. We had laid a pretty good foundation, had wickets in hand and were ready to launch but it didn't come off today. Their bowlers kept things very tight. Have to regroup and come back against Zimbabwe.
Rashid, Afghanistan captain: Feeling really happy. Didn't play well in the first round. Feels nice to finish off the game today. Today the boys did their job. Bowling was really good. Restricting them under 200 is a big achievement. There were nerves in the chase because we had lost such games previously. Wanted to keep playing till the end. Anything can happen, it's cricket. We want to win all the matches and see what happens. Hope for the best.
Mujeeb Ur Rahman, Man of the Match: First I would like to congratulate the entire nation on this victory. I am used to bowling with the new ball, so I enjoy it. I don't have any problem with the new ball, I bowl with a new ball in the nets and it helps when I open the attack in the match. I am very happy that the entire team supports me, especially Nabi and Rashid, who give me the confidence when bowling.
16:42 Local Time, 14:42 GMT, 20:12 IST: Afghanistan live to dream another day. They would have been all but out of the World Cup if they had lost this. It wasn't easy, given how they had botched similar run-chases in the Group Stage. There must have been jitters after they lost Rahmat Shah, who was the backbone of their innings right through. But unlike against Zimbabwe, today the lower-order pulled enough weight to get them over the line. This is no mean feat to beat the Windies, who had come off four consecutive victories previously, and who are still in a strong position despite this defeat. Hang around for the presentations.