With this victory, Afghanistan finished second in Group C, with Pakistan in first place.
The second match of the series is scheduled for Sunday with the final ODI on Jan. 25.
They also said that due to the lack of facilities and funds they could not compete in all the usual events.
Athletes said they are working to keep the sport alive and to preserve the ancient game.
However, women have access to some types of sports, such as fitness.
The athletes said they are well-prepared for these contests and have conducted three months of training under the supervision of coaches…
Afghan Muay Thai fighters won 25 medals in the two-day contest in Nimroz province, officials said.
Afghanistan lost the toss and batted first, giving a 195-run target in 50 overs.
The athletes welcomed the championship and said that such competitions will improve their capability in Muay Thai.
The athletes said that they don’t have sufficient resources to perform their exercise.
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