RAWALPINDI - Pakistan A outplayed Afghanistan cricket team by a huge margin of 150 runs in the second one-dayer played here at Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium on Friday. Pakistan A captain Sohail Tanveer after winning the toss decided to bat first on a batting friendly track. His decision soon paid off as openers provided a decent start to their side. Sharjeel continued his good form with the bat with another half century as he scored a stylish 64. Sharjeel was ably supported by Babar (63). Umer Amin made 63 and wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahamd played a sensational knock of unbeaten 46 runs including two huge sixes. Sarfraz entertained a huge crowd, mainly Afghans, with his quick fiery innings. Pakistan A managed to post a huge total of 327 runs for the loss of seven wickets in their quota of 50 overs. Dawalat Zardran was once again the pick of Afghan bowlers grabbing three wickets conceding 82 runs. Sami Ullah Shinwari also chipped in with one wicket for 29 runs. Chasing a huge total of 328 runs, Afghans were never in the game as they started losing wickets at regular intervals. Fast bowler Saddaf Hussain ripped through Afghan batting line-up as none of the batsmen was able to play against his hostile bowling. Saddaf finished with four for 46. Both captain Sohail and left-arm spinner Zulfiqar Babar took two wickets each by giving away 23 and 34 runs, respectively. Last match hero Muhammad Nabi Essa to whom the Afghan batting was relying failed to come up to the expectations of his team and a large contingent of Afghan crowd and as he was dismissed for only three runs. Afghan innings was held together by Javed Ahmadi (34), captain Nowroz Mangal (23) and a late flourish by their top scorer Sami Ullah who hammered the part-time bowlers introduced by Pakistan A captain as the match was completely in Pakistan's favour. Sami played a swash-buckling knock of 61, which included one towering six landed in to the spectators. But it was not enough to stop Pakistan A from beating his team by 150 runs. The Afghan innings folded at 177 runs in 46.5 overs. The friendly situation turned ugly for a couple of minutes as by watching their team losing, some from the Afghan crowd started throwing stones at the Pakistani set of spectators. However, soon the situation came under control after the speedy intervention of the stadium administration. Federal Interior Minister Rehman Malik was the chief guest at the prize distribution ceremony. ICA President Shakil Sheikh, PCB Chief Selector Mohsin Hassan Khan, Yousuf Baig Mirza and other dignitaries were also present on the occasion. Saddaf Hussain was awarded man-of-the-Match award for his brilliant bowling.