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Afghanistan cruised to a comfortable six-wicket win over Hong Kong to knock them out of the ICC World T20, and set-up a winner-takes-all qualifier against Zimbabwe on Saturday. Mohammad Nabi starred with the ball, taking 4-20 as Afghanistan restricted Hong Kong to just 116-6 from their 20 overs.Mohammad Shahzad then followed up his 61 in the win over Scotland with 41 from 40 balls, as Afghanistan made light work of their target, winning with two overs to spare to knock out Hong Kong.Hong Kong won the toss and chose to bat first on the Nagpur surface, making a strong start with openers Ryan Campbell (27) and Jamie Atkinson (16) putting on 40.The first wicket finally fell in the sixth over with Campbell very unfortunate to be bowled by Nabi as an attempted sweep looped up onto his helmet and then onto the stumps.Nabi struck again two balls later - Babar Hayat caught at midwicket - as Hong Kong lost four wickets for 21 runs, with Atkinson and Mark Chapman bowled by Rashid Khan and Gulbadin Naib respectively.Anshuman Rath hit an unbeaten 28 from 31 to steady the ship somewhat, but Naib added the wickets of Nizakat Khan and Kinchit Shah cheaply and Hong Kong couldnt up the scoring rate.In reply, Shahzad and Noor Ali (35) quietly accumulated a run-a-ball 30 from the first five overs for Afghanistan before Shahzad then went on the offensive, striking two huge sixes in the next two overs.Looking for another maximum in the 11th, Shahzad fell, holing out to long-off off Campbell, and a slightly sloppy Afghanistan began to lose a few wickets in search of a quick finish.Nabi - dropped on six by Kinchit - was bowled for 17 by Campbell after hitting back-to-back fours in the 15th over, while Noor was run out later in the same over.Nadeem Ahmed added the wicket of Shafiqullah - caught and bowled for three - before Afghanistan eventually secured the win with three Najibullah Zadran (17no off 9) fours in the 18th over.With only one qualification place from Group B through to the next round available, Afghanistan face the similarly unbeaten Zimbabwe in their final group game, with the winner advancing.Sky Sports is the only place you can watch all 35 games in 27 days of the 2016 ICC World T20. 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