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first_imgThe thrilling game between Pakistan and Afghanistan at Headingley on Saturday not only brought the fans in the stadium to the edges of their seats but also brought out colours of emotions from those who want England to win their maiden World Cup.With late fireworks from Imad Wasim (49) and Wahab Riaz (15) Pakistan managed to escape an Afghanistan scare as they won by 3 wickets with just 2 balls to spare to make the game the closest finish, so far, in the World Cup 2019.However, as Pakistan managed to keep their hopes alive to see themselves in the semi-finals, their win only complicated the qualification scenario for England. Thus, with every ball, the English fans prayed for Afghanistan win.Former England captain Michael Vaughan, too, was high on emotions as the momentum of the match kept swaying to either side. The English batsmen kept venting his emotions on social media.Afghanistan went really close to their first World Cup 2019 win when they dismissed Sarfaraz Ahmed to leave Pakistan reeling at 156 for 6 in 39 overs. However, in a crucial 46th over, Gulbadin Naib took the decision to bring himself into the bowling attack.Though it would be wrong to blame it entirely on one spell, but that over from Gulbadin changed the game as he leaked 18 runs from it, to help Pakistan bring themselves back into the game. It was then, when Vaughan looked disgusted with the Afghanistan skipper.It’s happening !!Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) June 29, 2019Gulbadin … !!!!!!! Wtf ….Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) June 29, 2019Bollocks …..Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) June 29, 2019Jofra Archer, too, expressed his feeling on social media when Rashid Khan took the crucial wicket of Haris Sohail to raise hopes for Afghanistan.advertisementCome on rash ! Bring it homeJofra Archer (@JofraArcher) June 29, 2019With a last over win over Afghanistan, Pakistan moved to the fourth spot on the points table with 9 points from 8 matches.The qualification equation for England, though, is still simple: They have 8 points at present. All they have to do is win remaining two matches against India and New Zealand and qualify.However, a defeat to either India or New Zealand will complicate their chances. England can still qualify with 10 points but they would need Pakistan to lose to Bangladesh and Bangladesh to India. England then will also need Sri Lanka to lose one of their next 2 matches.Also Seelast_img read more