Afghanistan Kids Celebrate Team's Test Victory, Internet In Love

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A heart-warming video featuring five little kids celebrating the victory of Afghanistan against Bangladesh in a test match went viral on various social media.

Written By Avantika Shukla | Mumbai | Updated On:

A heart-warming video featuring five little children celebrating the victory of Afghanistan against Bangladesh in a Test match went viral on various social media platforms. The 23 seconds video is being considered one of the best things on the internet right now by the netizens. Shafiq Stanikzai, the former Chief Executive of Afghanistan Cricket Board, shared this video on his official Twitter handle.

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The little champs

While the Afghanistan cricket team won the match, these little champs won millions of hearts. The video starts with a little girl jumping in joy and soon she is joined by four other children (two girls and two boys) who seem excited after Afghanistan won a match against Bangladesh. The children are screaming, laughing, showing their happiness while the after match visuals were playing on the television in front of them. They can be heard taking the name of a famous Afghan player Rashid Khan while cheering. 

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Twitter reactions to the viral video

The video went viral after many internet users shared it with others and received positive reactions on social media. One user wrote, "My reaction was the same like them. Proud moment loving it", while another user wrote, "Awesome the joy is infectious. Here’s To many more years of joy from cricket for Afghanistan". 


In an amazing match, Afghanistan beat Bangladesh by 224-run on September 9. Rashid Khan picked up 11 wickets and scored a fifty. 

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