Shapoor Zadran and Gulbadin Naib shared five between them as Afghanistan restricted Marylebone Cricket Club to 217 for six from the allotted 40 overs and knocked down 31 runs off the target from five overs before rain arrived and ended the List A game without a result at Lord's
Rain played spoilsport at the Darren Sammy National Cricket Stadium in Gros Islet, St Lucia as the third One-Day International game between West Indies and Afghanistan was called-off without a ball being bowled.
Rashid Khan registered his career best figures of 18 for seven as Afghanistan claimed a 1-0 lead in the three-match series following their 63-run victory in the first One-Day International against West Indies in St Lucia.
Marlon Samuels recorded his highest individual score of unbeaten 89 as West Indies chased down 147 against Afghanistan in 19.2 overs with seven wickets in hand in the third Twenty20 International at Warner Park to claim a 3-0 series victory.
Sunil Narine registered figures of 11 for three as a collective effort from West Indies bowlers saw them dismiss Afghanistan for 110 following which the home side completed the chase in 16.3 overs with six wickets in hand in the first Twenty20 International to claim a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
International Cricket Council has warned Afghanistan all-rounder Mohammad Nabi and fast bowler Dawlat Zadran following their misconduct in the recently concluded Intercontinental Cup clash against Ireland in Greater Noida.
After Rashid Khan's four-wicket haul restricted Ireland to 229, Rahmat Shah scored a blistering century to help Afghanistan complete the chase in 48.4 overs with seven wickets in hand to seal the series 3-2.
Kevin O'Brien made a grand comeback as he slammed an unbeaten 72 and also picked four wickets as Ireland went on to defeat Afghanistan by three wickets in the fourth One-Day International in Greater Noida to level the series 2-2.
Paul Striling and Andy Balbirnie scored 99 and an unbeaten 85 respectively as Ireland chased down 265 against Afghanistan to seal a six-wicket win in the third One-Day International in Greater Noida to remain alive in the series.
Asghar Stanikzai led from the front with a century as Afghanistan managed to defend a total of 339 by 34 runs overcoming a blistering 95 and a six-wicket haul from Paul Stirling in the second One-Day International against Ireland in Greater Noida to secure a 2-0 lead in the five-match series.
Four wicket hauls from Dawlat Zadran and Rashid Khan proved crucial as Afghanistan defend 293 runs against Ireland successfully and sealed a 30-run win in the first One-Day International in Greater Noida.